You Can’t Have Collaboration If You Can’t Concentrate

  This generation has really embraced the open floor office space. It’s got a certain buzz and energy to it that closed off offices just can’t provide. It’s been in hopes of providing easier collaboration, accountability, trusting relationships, and even help save on the cost of space and drastic remodeling. With all big changes there are many improvements, but also […]

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The best performance management technology is useless, and other top takeaways from the Excellence Conference

This week the best and brightest HR and business leaders converged on the Excellence Conference, run by the Brandon Hall Group. Over three days the latest performance management research and findings were presented and discussed and speakers gave their predictions for the year ahead. The top 20 highlights from the event are collected below. Unfortunately I did not catch every […]

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Friday Tips: 8 Ways To Keep Your People Happy!

  Who doesn’t love happy employees? It’s a rarity that you have the majority of your company in their happy place—but we want it to be the new norm. Check out these top 8 tips for how to keep your employees satisfied at their 9-5. Find out what motivates them. Your top people are self-motivated. They’ve got the drive, if […]

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Four takeaways from Ben Horowitz at DLD that you can apply to your organisation.

Ben Horowitz is the author of “The Hard Thing About Hard Things” as well as a successful tech entrepreneur and partner of the VC firm Andreessen Horowitz. Ben spoke last week at the DLD (Digital-Life-Design) conference in Munich on his experiences investing and starting and running successful businesses and organisations. If you couldn’t make it don’t worry. We have collected […]

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Handling Difficult People and Conversations

  “Remind yourself that if you think you already understand how someone feels or what they are trying to say, it is a delusion. Remember a time when you were sure you were right and then discovered one little fact that changed everything. There is always more to learn.” ― Douglas Stone, Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most Difficult conversations. Nobody wants […]

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