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Evidence-based practice makes people more flexible and adaptable

How evidence-based practice makes people more adaptable

In last Thursday’s post What’s the difference between data and evidence? Evidence-based practice I made the statement that “you may be surprised to find that people also become much more adaptable and flexible as well” with evidence-based practice. Evidence-based people are more flexible and adaptable than fact based people How evidence-based practice makes people more […]

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Why Nokia died a sudden death and why it matters to your organisation

disruptive innovation

How to prevent disruptive innovation taking your company down…   The history of the smartphone – the winner’s tale The losers’ tale So what is this all saying? How to survive disruptive innovation   In the world of technology business, there is a lot of Darwinist evolution taking place where even the largest businesses can be […]

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What’s the difference between data and evidence? Evidence-based practice

data v evidence. That the difference is between data and evidence and why it matters

Data v Evidence Data Not so fast Evidence Does it matter? A test of evidence-based practice Hypothesis The crux of the matter between data v evidence is this… Summary Data v evidence Data v evidence: This is the first article in a series about evidence-based practice. In this post, I look at the critical difference […]

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Unravelling the ‘dark side’ of relationships: New research

The dark side of relationships

New research has unravelled the dark side of relationships (business). This research briefing looks at the dark triad of relationships… Balance Management analysis The 3 factors of business communications Conflict What generates conflict Power Dependence The ‘dark triad’ of relationships References All of us have probably had issues with a telephone or utilities supplier at […]

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How people decide what kind of leaders we want

How we choose leaders - new research

How we choose leaders. Research just published looking at how we decide whether to approve of a leader or not has come up with some interesting results. Leadership endorsement The study Social Identity Theory How we decide what leader we want What this means Reference Get the full research briefing – free Leadership endorsement How […]

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How to deal with the negative side effects of coaching

Expert coaching

The Expert Coach: The clean v expert coach debate   Clean v expert coach Clean coaching Expert coaching The clean coaching dilemma The expert coaching dilemma What the research says The expert coach Is it real expertise? Accidents and experience Expertise is more than experience Impressive     Get free research briefings, infographics, video research […]

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Is there a link between emotional intelligence and creativity?

emotional intelligence and creativity

Is there a link between emotional intelligence and creativity?   Emotional intelligence and creativity: Is there a link? A new study published in the journal Business Perspectives and Research looked at whether there is a link between employees’ creativity at work and their general level of emotional intelligence.   The Study The 4 Dimensions of […]

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How to make shared leadership work: The 4 conditions needed – new research

Shared Leadership: How to make it work

Shared leadership is increasingly being used in more and more sectors. Broadly speaking, shared leadership is where the team is jointly responsible for a task and no one person is responsible for the successes or failures of the team. In other words, it is where leadership is broadly distributed, such that people within a team […]

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