Archive for March, 2015

Change to HR policies means shift in HR business focus

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March 17th, 2015

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    The Singapore Government, which until now has recruited university degree holders and non-degree holders into completely different career tracks at government ministries, is now scrapping this key tenet of its recruitment approach This does not surprise me given the Prime Minister’s National Day Rally Speech last year calling for a “cultural change” in […]

Space, the only leadership frontier?

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March 10th, 2015

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These days I know that how I relate to space within and beyond my body affects how I lead. In my connections through space lie the choices about how I lead and follow, whether this is the space between my neurons or between my colleagues! Space is the frontier through which leading and following flows, […]

Listening in a digital space

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March 6th, 2015

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I’ve been working, playing and consulting in the arena of digital communications and learning for close to 15 years now. And, despite its exponential growth – both in terms of possibilities, and in terms of the number of people who now profess to be “experts” in the same arena – one aspect hasn’t changed much… […]

Want to know the impact of a Roffey Park programme?…

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March 5th, 2015

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At the end of our programmes, we – of course – get in the moment feedback from participants and they fill in forms (got to love an evaluation form, eh?….). Not always do we get to hear what happens a while after we have worked with clients, but occasionally we do. I had an email […]

Facilitation as invitation

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March 4th, 2015

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Whilst reading some relatively recent articles in academic journals (2012) on experiential learning and ‘Outdoor Management Development’ (OMD) for my doctorate, I was surprised to come across references to Kolb’s learning cycle. I realised I hadn’t thought about Kolb in reference to experiential learning for a good 10 years. The model was being critiqued as […]