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Just how valid is the idea of emotional intelligence?
As mentioned in a previous blogs, interest in emotional intelligence is a relatively recent phenomenon. With the exception of a[...]
The Principled Leadership Scale – Interview / podcast
Introduction Principled leadership is essential in todays environment. Issues like the Enron scandal (where the Chief Executive was found guilty[...]
Why organisations are having problems using big data – research interview
More and more organisations are turning to big data to inform their decision-making. However, they are finding that all is[...]
Job crafting: How to get people engaged with it – new study
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How people with higher levels of psychological entitlement stop others getting promoted
When people start to feel entitled or that they believe they have the right to things that others don't (known[...]
Developing organisational ambidexterity and the implications for HR, Org Dev and L&D
One of the big themes emerging from the management and organisational development literature at the moment is that of organisational[...]

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