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Tag Archives: Behavior
Often in public and work life we see judgement clouded by personal loyalty. So when choosing new members of the team are you looking for competence above loyalty? What are the consequences of choosing loyalty over competence? What do we know … Continue reading
At the beginning of any project or strategy, we take time to set our goals and performance measures. The performance measures are important as they will reveal whether we are successful at delivering on our goals or not. When setting … Continue reading
Posted by Mike Levy in Leadership on Thu, 05/19/2011 – 11:00 http://www.trainingzone.co.uk/topic/leadership-educate-or-change-behaviour/159069 Are trainers teachers in business suits? Do those who pay for leadership training want more educated leaders or people who do the job more effectively? These are questions … Continue reading
The answer may well lie with Google. Suprised? Well, Google have undertaken an extensive programme to discover what knowledge, skills and attributes their managers need to support employees performance. The project was code named Project Oxygen, I suppose to breath … Continue reading
(For someone close to me who is starting off in worklife – Diana) This wise advice I found on a sign in a store in Kennebunk Port Maine. It reminds us that we need a skill set that will serve … Continue reading