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Implementing agile across different cultures

Research Briefing

Keywords: agile, agile methodology, culture, psychological safety, scrum, scrum teams, management, managers, middle managers, leaders As any agile consultant will tell you, implementing agile in organisations rarely gives the same, or even similar, results and outcomes. The amount of variance that occurs during and after agile implementation is significant. The range of variance of agile […]

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The Oxford Review Volume 3 No 2

The Oxford Review Vol3 No2

In this month’s Oxford Review (sent to members) there are 12 new research briefings: Contents: Barriers to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the role of HR Contextual leadership Culture change through moral dialogue Developing good employee voice behaviours How our beliefs change the impact of our emotions Everything you need to know about circle mapping […]

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Leadership development through understanding the Holocaust

Research Briefing

Keywords: leadership, leaders, leadership development, moral judgement, courage An interesting paper has just been published which looks at a unique program that was developed for the US Coast Guard Academy in which it argues that all leadership programs should include a study of the Holocaust. This, they argue, helps leaders develop higher levels of moral […]

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How the emotional intelligence of leaders impacts an organisations climate

Research Briefing

Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Leaders, organisational climate Organisational climate is what it feels like to be in a particular organisational culture. A new study has been published, looking at how the emotional intelligence of leaders impacts an organisation’s climate. A number of previous studies have found that organisational climate can have a significant impact on behaviour […]

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Two different subtypes of psychopaths

Research Briefing

Keywords: work psychology, dark triad, psychopath, leaders, leadership Previous studies have found that in terms of psychopathy About 1.2% of the adult population suffers from psychopathy Estimates are that about 89% of the prison population have psychopathic tendencies and approximately 25% have been diagnosed with trait psychopathy Approximately 21% of executive level leaders also show […]

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Feeling better, doing better: how a leader’s affective presence influences service performance

Research Briefing

Keywords: leadership, leaders, leadership, affective presence, energy, service climate, service performance Several studies in 2017 have identified the increasing importance of the emotional experience customers have when interacting with front-line employees. The front-line hospitality industry requires employees to have high energy and be friendly and welcoming to customers at all times. However, employees can feel […]

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The New Leaders Paradigm

The New Leaders Paradigm

A new paradigm or model of leadership is starting to emerge from the post 2008 financial crash world. Traditional concepts are starting to shift and a new world idea of leadership is just starting to develop. In a new paper, researchers outline what the new leaders paradigm appears to look like. Traditional leadership Experience, outlook […]

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Leadership Development: Cultivating leader identity and capacity

Cultivating leader identity and capacity

Why cultivating leader identity and capacity is central to leadership development: A new paper just published has highlighted one of the current areas of focus of leadership development. The development of leader identity and why cultivating leader identity and capacity is at the crux of leadership development. Keywords: Leader identity, leadership development, leadership, leaders, leadership […]

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Stop calling yourself a professional. Most likely you aren’t, and as for being educated…

Professional

In 2013 I published a blog entitled ‘What does being professional mean?’ http://www.centrei.org/blogs/5-what-does-being-professional-mean. This post has been read over 170,000 times. I am revisiting this issue because someone said something to me the other day that had me thinking that I hadn’t finished the blog and that there was something else which defines a professional… […]

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