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Walking in the workplace

Walking at work is good for our physical and our mental health; and it aids our decision making processes with others or alone. Street Wisdom enables us to see the urban environment in an inspiring way, and is ‘walking-based problem solving’ – a mix of psychology, mindfulness and cognitive science. We can also look to nature […]

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Micro-learning for the modern learner

The modern learner spends just 1% of their working week on learning. That’s just 24 minutes, or 4.8 minutes per day. The micro-learning trend has sprung from this, and while there are no longitudinal studies around outcomes, it does seem to be employee driven, replicating our non-work life. We can’t simply chop up existing training […]

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Mentoring diversity

Mentoring isn’t new, but tying it to understanding the employee experience is. Historically it’s been about what the mentee can learn from the mentor, but the mentor learns as much about how other generations, other cultures, other people see the world. It’s not always easy to find a mentor with whom we connect, and who […]

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Maturing leadership development

Are you responsible for designing leadership development? The latest research reveals two trends: 1) you can develop the problem-solving maturity of leaders through vertical development and 2) the ecosystem within which leaders work needs to be freed from barriers to learning and growth. “Heat experiences, colliding perspectives and elevated sense-making” are all vital within and […]

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Disruptive talent

Is it time you found your rebel yell? I bet you show attitude in the classroom, wanting to cut to the chase. So how about showing attitude elsewhere in work? Disruption is more than talk though; it’s also about good ideas and follow-though. You may feel constrained by the Hippo in the room (highest paid […]

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