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HR in Digital Age

The Changing Face of HR in the Digital World

July 13, 2017

Every business, from retail to leisure to professional services, has an increasing reliance on digital technology and expertise. Ecommerce is a growing component of every organisation’s strategy and generated more than £130 billion of revenue for UK businesses in 2016, a figure that will continue to rise in the read more

Changing Times

How can executive coaching help in changing times?

June 29, 2017

we're in changing times and the modern business environment is more complex, diverse and competitive than it has ever been. Thanks largely to technological advances over the past couple of decades, it is also changing at a more rapid rate than anything we have ever seen before. Little wonder that read more

Difficult Conversations

Difficult conversations and emotional intelligence, Part Two

July 6, 2016

If you try to cross the bridge without moving the obstacles out of the way and press ahead anyway, there is a greater chance of falling. Being unwilling to deal with conflict and failing to engage in difficult conversations is the quickest route to failure. There are obvious reasons for not read more

Organisational change

Organisational change and the art of crocodile management, Part Three

June 27, 2016

Let’s unpack that crocodile-soothing intervention of President Roosevelt that I described last time and relate it back to organisational change. Roosevelt, of course, had no knowledge of the powerful role of the amygdala in human fear responses. However, as a polio survivor, he did know a great deal about fear read more

Crocodile Management

Organisational change and the art of crocodile management, Part Two

June 20, 2016

When organisations are developing an order of change designed to achieve a whole new level of performance, you can be sure of one thing: it will rouse from slumber the “inner crocodiles” of the staff who have to implement it. This happens courtesy of a small but powerful brain structure read more

Organisational Change

Organisational change and the art of crocodile management, Part One

June 16, 2016

Lest anyone think I’ve taken leave of my senses, what I’m calling “crocodile management” has a well-established basis in neuroscience. Let me explain. Organisational change may often be in dynamic interplay with organisational conservation; think small innovations that don’t rock the boat too much. However, every so often, big, disruptive change read more