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The 7 habits of highly effective people: seek first to understand

Today, we’re continuing our series on The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.   If you’ve missed any of the previous installments, you can access them below: In Part 1 ,we discussed the importance of taking initiative and being proactive in life. In Part 2, we discussed how getting clear on your values will help you live […]

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Adaptive Teams Communication Development Motivation Organisational Culture Potential Productivity

How to create the culture of innovation

  Every workplace needs a little more innovation to carry it into the future. The top performers in your office might have been with you for years, and they’re probably used to the way you’ve always done things. If your original company culture never held innovation as a core value, it’s time to make some […]

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The 7 habits of highly effective people: think win-win

Today, we’re continuing our series on The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.   If you’ve missed any of the previous installments, you can access them below: In Part 1, we discussed the importance of taking initiative and being proactive in life. In Part 2, we discussed how getting clear on your values will help […]

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The 7 habits of highly effective people: begin with the end in mind

Welcome to the second installment in our new series about The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. If you missed the first installment, you can read it here. In it, we discuss the first habit in Stephen Covey’s bestselling book, and that is the habit of being proactive. This is all about your response to […]

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7 ways to maximise your online learning

Online learning is seen by many as the way of the future. With digital technology expanding the study horizons each day, who can argue? More than a bi-product of cultural evolution, the rise of e-learning is a viable method for established professionals to engage in adult learning. A current and flexible environment that allows you […]

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4 ways to empower your employees

You’ve probably heard the expression before that your team is only as strong as your weakest link. This is especially important to keep in mind when it comes to companies and organisations. After all, employees are the building blocks of your business. The stronger the team you’ve assembled, the more robust that business will be. […]

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The benefits of hiring a graduate instead

Hiring a graduate can feel like a risky decision at times. Is their limited experience enough? Will they be too young to fit with your company culture? In some cases, it can actually be the best decision you ever make. Graduates bring current knowledge, youthful flair and a fresh determination to the table. What they […]

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2 brain myths that are dangerous to your potential

Today, we’re wrapping up our mini-series on brain science. If you’ve missed any of the installments in this series, you can learn more about unconscious bias in Part 1 and Part 2 of the series, and in Part 3, you can discover 3 easy ways to help your brain learn.   Today, we’re going to […]

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3 ways to help your brain learn

Julia Sperling is a medical doctor with a background in neuroscience. She’s also a faculty member of McKinsey Leadership Development. Her work focuses on shifting mindsets and behaviors by highlighting beliefs and biases that constrain personal growth, learning, and job performance. These include misconceptions about how the brain works, often popularized by bad journalism and […]