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What is “grit” and do you have it?

What is “grit” and do you have it?

Have you noticed the media coverage about “Grit” at the moment? Angela Duckworth, the most famous researcher in the area, defines grit as perseverance and passion for long term goals (Duckworth et al, 2007). The reason it is getting a run right now is that it has been...

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The myth of the gig economy

The myth of the gig economy

If you read the press about developments in the Australian employment markets you will be well aware that permanent employment is in decline. In fact sooner or later we will be all employed in “gig” roles such as driving Ubers or selling our skills on a casual basis,...

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Four keys to best practice employee recognition

Four keys to best practice employee recognition

One of the key things which determines how engaged your employees will be in their work is their psychological environment. When employees are surrounded by positivity they are far more likely to be productive and happy in their work (eg Albrecht and Marty, 2017)....

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I have some feedback for you

I have some feedback for you

People hate feedback, and it is an extremely ineffective method of causing people to change. Think I’m joking? Go up to someone and utter the words in the title above - “I have some feedback for you.” Watch their non-verbals. Typically you will get a...

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Five Reasons Many Workforce Planning Efforts Fail

Five Reasons Many Workforce Planning Efforts Fail

In our consulting activities we are noticing a significant upturn in enquiries for workforce planning related projects. The world is being disrupted and people are responding by deciding to take the future of their workforces into their own hands. Most organisations...

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