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Interesting Reads

Sharing articles and clips that caught my attention across a variety of topics.

New type of employee - I.E. (intermittent employee)

An IE (or intermittent employee) is someone we all are familiar.  These are the employees that can be brilliant OR just too hard to work with.  And you never know which one they

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Do you check you phone 150 times per day?

An amazing piece of research published by the World Economic Forum showed that the average American checks their phone 150 times per day or once every 6.5 minutes.  If you are under the age of

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Symptoms of an Organisation on the Cusp of Change

An excellent infographic which identifies some of the signals that might indicate that an organisation is on the cusp of change.  This includes: - 

"we are not incenti

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Mid Level Managers and the New Reality of Leadership

Rarely are there research pieces that take a slice of data only to look at Asia.  DDI World has recently published their research on regarding mid-level manager how they feel about the

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Successful Change Management

Every transformation programme that I have been involved with has said at the end when we are doing lessons learned, that we did not do enough communication and change management.  These

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We delegate based on personality

How do you delegate?  To the person or team, that has the best skills?  Or to the person who you feel is most likely to get the work done?  In a recent article by

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Five Attributes of World Leading Organisations

Everyone in a while you read an article and say "wow".  And this article written by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is one of those.  The article is very good in its own right but

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Implications for the UK exiting the EU

This article was published in the Economist (9 July 216) which I thought was a really good summary of all the different types of rules and regulations, that the vote to exit has impacted.

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Aligning Culture with Business Strategy

All organisations invest a significant amount of time and money into building what they feel will be a great culture that meets their business strategy.  But how do you know if that investment

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Why Leaders Fail Including Being Unlucky

This article published by London Business School identifies five different leadership styles and the impact that particular leadership style can have on a business, including just being plain unluc

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Great Leaders as Role Models - Earnest Shackleton

The book South I believe should be mandatory reading for all MBA classes and leadership programmes.  For those of you that have not read it, after the ship Endeavour sinks into the icy An

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Leadership Styles

Every once in a while, a graphic shows up from somewhere on the net that is the perfect summary of a topic.  This picture of leadership styles in one of those.  As with all good models, i

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