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In this month’s Oxford Review In this month’s Oxford Review Can Action Learning be used to improve knowledge, skills and confidence in communications? Characteristics of a successful sales person: Valid measurements of performance Emotions and their role in the shaping of self-identity Evaluating industry 4.0 organisational readiness Group identity and decision-making: information cascades and decision […]Read more
Keywords: executive coaching, coaching, coaching effectiveness, behaviour change, learning and development methods, learning and development An intriguing, new (waiting to be published) study by a team of researchers from the University of the Basque Country, in Leioa, Spain, has looked at the effectiveness of executive coaching and measured it against other forms of management training […]Read more
Keywords: knowledge transfer, knowledge, Action Learning, coaching, behaviour change, organisational learning, skills development, confidence, communities of practice Effective communications is an essential skill in any context. The development of high levels of communication skills is a critical development need in most organisations. Sadly, the connection between knowledge/expertise and communication capability often appears to be in […]Read more
A new theory called CEOS Theory focusses on trying to understand one of the problems that science has been grappling with in recent years. Some behaviour change is difficult to maintain, for example giving up smoking, sticking to a diet, maintaining a new fitness regimes, changing work habits etc. and this theory looks at the […]Read more