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Bullying and change are related and more in this month’s Oxford Review

The Oxford Review Vol 3 No 10

In this edition: Research briefings on: Aligning servant leadership, strategy and structure Describing and measuring corporate compliance cultures Does transformational leadership lead to better job-crafting? If so why? Mixing different types of coaching Organisational digital storytelling: a medium for change Relational energy and leadership style The link between perfectionism and the impostor syndrome The research […]

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Predicting and developing good transformational leaders and more in this month’s Oxford Review

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In the month’s Oxford Review we have a whole edition full of useful research briefings: This month:   Risk management Employee voice and organisational culture Happiness at work Measuring organisational alignment and performance Organisational socialisation tactics and HR Developing good transformational leaders Inclusive leadership Increasing entrepreneurship in organisations The impact of adopting agile methodologies Developing expertise […]

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Why I-O psychologists and management consultants need to up their game…and more in…

The Oxford Review Volume 3 Number 8

In this Month’s Oxford Review: Does being clear about your own emotions help you to have greater empathy? Why talent management and industrial–organisational (I-O) psychology has a big problem Lean is harder to implement and the results worse than people usually expect at first What does engagement really mean? The impact of organisational values and […]

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Why executive coaches and those that employ them need to look at this… and more in this edition

The Oxford Review Vol 3 No 7

In the latest edition of the Oxford Review… In this edition What we can learn from resilient children What large organisations can learn from SME’s in terms of project management What is the impact of organisational knowledge loss due to employees leaving? Using evidence in evidence-based practice: Integrating practice and research This one thing predicts […]

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Management consultants struggle with lean, Positive coaching & more

Oxford Review Volume 3 No 6

In this month’s Oxford Review What can coaches learn from positive psychology? The psychology of boredom and what predicts it. The problem with integrating evidence-based practice. The impact of leader-member exchange (LMX) on organisational citizenship behaviours; the role of organisational job embeddedness The impact of emotions, beliefs and values on LMX (leader-member exchange). The causes […]

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The Oxford Review Volume 3 Number 5

The Oxford Review Volume 3 Number 5

In this month’s edition of The Oxford Review – Research Briefings about: What does ‘Evidence-Based practice readiness’ really mean and what predicts it? What are the best project management practices for ERP (enterprise resource planning) system projects? The problem of knowledge hiding in organisations: what causes it? The key role of wishful thinking in professional […]

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How to develop an effective leadership vision, better customer relationships and more in this month’s Oxford Review

The Oxford Review Vol 3 Number 4

In this month’s Oxford Review: How person-organisation fit impacts turnover intentions The effect of educational video on student engagement, critical thinking and learning The dynamics of victimisation Performance management in lean organisations – what actually works? Is CBT a clinically effective intervention in work settings? A new clinical study How to develop longer-lasting and higher […]

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The Leadership Taboo, Managing Future Uncertainty and more in this month’s Oxford Review

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In This month’s Oxford Review – Volume 3 Number 1… The downside of employee loyalty Keywords: employee loyalty, job tension, inter-professional dysfunction and collaboration, well-being Employee loyalty is not a one way street. A new study finds a bit of a hole in previous studies of employee loyalty and aims to fill that gap. In […]

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How to use The Oxford Review to do more that just be the most knowledgeable person in the room

How to use The Oxford Review in your coaching practice

The appliance of science – How to use The Oxford Review research briefings to do more that just be the most knowledgeable person in the room. It’s all very well having amazing research briefings to fuel your evidence-based practice and to just to be ‘in the know’ however, you can use our research briefings for […]

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