Category Archives for "Research Briefings"
Developing trust in any relationship is key for the longevity of that relationship. In organisations it can mean the difference between an aligned productive workforce and a disparate, fractious group of individuals who find it hard to collaborate. In this podcast, David talks with author of a new book Trust: The Foundation for Healthy Organisations […]Read more
Here is a selection of research briefings we sent out to members last month. Every one of these are based on research published in the last 3 months… Detecting lies is not as easy as we think it is Employee voice in unethical management situations – it all depends on how the manager sees your […]Read more
As well as podcasts, infographics, video research briefings, a copy of the monthly review, last month we sent out the following research briefings, based on just published* research to members: What is followership and how does it work? Do personality tests predict workplace deviance? Emotion regulation abilities predict work engagement and attitudes towards work Entrepreneurs: […]Read more
This week we sent members two brand new research briefings The rise of Positive Organisational Leadership Keywords: positive organisational leadership, leadership, positive organisational scholarship, leadership development, positive deviance, organisational development Positive organisational scholarship is part of the recent interest in positive psychology and positive organisational development and refers to organisational approaches to developing a […]Read more
This week our members received the following three research briefings… Psychological flexibility The four dilemmas of strategic timing Knowledge management success in organisations The critical importance of psychological flexibility and how it predicts mental health outcomes and resilience Keywords: Psychological inflexibility, Psychological flexibility, cognitive flexibility, cognitive inflexibility, coaching Psychological flexibility refers […]Read more