Archive for December, 2015

Relax – don’t do it! Tips for overworked executives

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December 11th, 2015

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For any executive coaches of C-suite managers, the findings of the Odgers-Berndston Lonely at the Top survey of FTSE 350 top executives, published recently in The Times (30 November 2015) will come as no surprise. One of the stark findings of the survey was how these executives felt about the pace they were currently working […]

Exploring the future of HR

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December 8th, 2015

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Earlier this week, over eggs and bacon, I enjoyed a lively discussion on the future of HR with HR magazine Publisher (and Roffey Park Trustee) Sian Harrington and Editor Katie Jacobs. We considered the future of business and how this ‘macro’ environment will affect the ‘micro’ – the HR function. Predicted economic trends are likely […]

Why bother with experiential learning?

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December 1st, 2015

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Most people will have heard the adage of “I hear I forget, I see I remember, I do, I understand…” but is it as simple as that? Is it just about making something memorable? Let’s go back a step to why and how we develop leaders. For me, the point of developing leaders is not […]