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It Really is Better to be a Giver

I recently came across an article that offers a new perspective on the impact of behaviour on organisational success:┬áIn the Company of Givers and Takers. The article’s author, Adam Grant, takes the view that an organisation’s success is determined by … Continue reading

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Outstanding Leaders Think and Act Differently

Recent research looked at the attributes of outstanding leaders; it identified some strong and clear differences in how outstanding leaders think and behave. The Facts: Based on over 250 in-depth qualitative interviews a study by the Work Foundation provides proof … Continue reading

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Time for Leadership?

As a leader you probably struggle for time to work on your leadership; the facts suggest that you may be missing a trick. The Facts: Recent research[i], involving 30,000 employees in 15 countries, shows that only 34% of employees are … Continue reading

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