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In this edition of the Oxford Review: Coaching for personality change Creating open innovation cultures in cluster environments Holacracy and obliquity: do new organisational design approaches actually work? How teams cope with new challenges through informal leadership Inspiring innovation in organisations through constructive confrontation Organisational change leadership: new thinking Predicting knowledge sharing in organisations The […]Read more
Keywords: coaching, executive coaching, personality, personality change, neuroticism, conscientiousness Recent advances in personality research have shown that a number of aspects of our personality are flexible and can be consciously changed. There is good evidence to show that our personality tends to change over time anyway as we mature, however, there is a growing body […]Read more
Keywords: entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial orientation, performance, personality, traits, psychological traits, performance, organisational performance, dominance, self-efficacy A range of factors have been found to predict entrepreneurial and organisational success. Firstly, a large number of studies over the years have found that entrepreneurial orientation is a strong predictor of organisational performance and, as a result, has come under intense […]Read more
Is it possible to help people change their personality through coaching? New research looking at this issue had some really interesting results. Our latest podcast. Sarah Smith and David Wilkinson discuss a new study looking at whether it is possible to change someones personality through coaching. Transcript: Speaker 1: 00:02 Hi, this is the […]Read more