Use of Self

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November 29th, 2018

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By Dr. L Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge Whenever people know that I am researching the Use of Self (UoS) topic, they will inevitably share with me their view on UoS or to make inquiry as to what the concept means.    Statements or questions like the following have been very forthcoming:   “I have done a lot of inner […]

8 overlooked but effective management skills

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November 22nd, 2018

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It’s an old adage but a good one: people don’t leave organisations they leave managers. Successful managers have strong people management skills to know what their team needs to work effectively and how they can encourage them to be more successful.  As a result, strong and effective people management skills are crucial for organisations to […]

JRI Orthopaedics – Equipping Managers to Lead Innovation

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November 16th, 2018

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The challenge JRI Orthopaedics, based in Sheffield, is world-class in its field. Family run, JRI had a family culture but a command and control management style. As a technical business many leaders were promoted due to their level expertise. In order to leap to the next phase of their own organisational success JRI needed to […]

This lady’s not for quitting….

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November 16th, 2018

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If the maxim ‘a day is a long time in politics’ was ever true, it is surely true today. The news has moved from announcing that the cabinet has agreed a Brexit deal to two more cabinet plus two junior minister resignations, to calls for her resignation and feverish activity from within her party to […]

Meaning at work: the role of the leader

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November 16th, 2018

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By Julia Wellbelove – Head of Research, Roffey Park   Walking recently along a Devon beach on a warm autumn day, with my hand being grasped by a little hand, I reflected that this was surely what life was all about? And yet, I thought, this was just a fleeting moment, a short relaxing break, […]