Do you suffer from DKO (Declarative Knowledge Overload)?

Posted on 19 October 2017
Do you suffer from DKO (Declarative Knowledge Overload)?
You Probably do. DKO is like a knockout punch that cognitively floors us every day. We are no longer living in the age of information we are now living in the age of information overload. And with this overload comes nasty side effects that are becoming ever more noticeable. Declarative knowledge is what is available to your conscious brain. You can verbalise and contemplate it. This is about knowing 'that'. For example, you may know that to ride a bike reqires you to p...
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How employers and managers can help boost employee resilience

Posted on 24 September 2017
There are a number of things employers can do to help build resilience amongst staff. Encourage physical wellbeing. Physical health is fundamental to our mental health, and creating a pleasant working environment and promoting healthy behaviour can bring many benefits. Some ideas: Eating healthily -  provide fruit for snacking Encourage Exercise - walk or bike to work, walk the stairs, provide some exercise equipment  Quit smoking - offer counsell...
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Why Build Workplace Resilience?

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 24 September 2017
Because every year an estimated 17 million workdays, are lost to stress, anxiety and depression, according to the UK Mental Health Foundation. Then, the stress, anxiety and depression that caused the lost workdays, flows onto increased workloads for workers who have to cover for absent colleagues, increasing the workplace stress and anxiety. This contributes to a dangerous spiral of increasing negative workplace impacts, with an increasingly adverse effect on productivity. Culminating,...
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How to get the 4 DISC Styles to Make Decisions in Groups

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 29 August 2017

THE FOUR DISC BEHAVIORAL STYLES HOW TO GET THE FOUR STYLES TO MAKE DECISIONS IN GROUPS     The four styles differ in their approach to group work because they tend to make decisions differently. 1: Dominance High "D" Style Ask D's what they want to accomplish, how they are currently motivated and what they would like to change Clarify the purpose for asking questions Stay focused on goals and ...
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