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7 Coaching Skills That Leaders Should Have

Whether you are a manager, or a leader, or an individual guiding and directing your team, one of the critical paths to business success is by adopting a coaching approach. In a study conducted by Bursen and Associates, it was concluded that those organizations that had senior leaders who coached achieved 21% better business growth

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Author Showcase: Joan Kingsley

Tell us your name and what you do Joan Kingsley, Consultant Clinical, Organizational Psychotherapist and author of The Fear-Free Organization: Vital Insights from Neuroscience to Transform your Business Culture. Tell us about your background I am an Honorary Consultant Psychotherapist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and am on the Psychotherapist register at


BYOD to Training

According to eMarketer, around 92% of mobile Internet users in the Middle East have at least finished high school. They are in love with their mobile devices/tablets and would like to carry them to their corporate training sessions. Bringing Your Own Device (BYOD) to training is tempting, but the risks can be high. Organizations must


People Management

Are you an Accounting Manager? Are you the Vice President of Production? Or perhaps you are the Director of Development. It doesn’t matter, because what you really are is a People Manager. Regardless of your industry, your company, or even your job title, all managers are people managers, all management is people management. Managing people

HR Technology

Digital Citizenship in the Workplace

Citizenship. At its heart, citizenship is simply being a member of a state or as a to resident of a city. Underpinning citizenship is a set of rights, privileges, and obligations bestowed upon and expected of each citizen. We typically conceptualize citizenship with our physical lives. In recent years, as technology has evolved and the

Change Management

Embracing Change

Change management is a term that is used freely. Sometimes it is blamed for poor performance – “That initiative failed because we didn’t focus enough on change management.” And other times it is used as an umbrella term for activities that would otherwise not have a classification of task – “When we implement that new

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