Learn the Six Predictors of Resilience

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 15 October 2018
Learn the Six Predictors of Resilience
What is resilience? It's an easy concept to grasp, someone who is resilient can meet any adversity and make their way through it. Simple enough. But, what if there is more than that. What if resilience runs deeper than a simple definition, what if it is more than just a mental construct? To date that is all that resilience has been thought of as. However, ongoing research has provided greater clarity on the microbiological nature of how resilient someone is, and it has suggested th...
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How Resilience Is Your Team?

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 17 September 2018
How Resilience Is Your Team?
Using the PR6 resilience model we can now understand how effective teams are at working together to build resilience. The PR6 resilience model was developed from the study of the human mind. Years of research has led us to an understanding of the core elements that make up resilience.
The PR6 was scientifically validated as a psychometric scale with a Cronbach's alpha of .7365! For those of you playing at home, the closer the score is to 0.9 the higher the internal consistency o...
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Why Employee's Need More Resilience

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 4 September 2018
Why Employee's Need More Resilience
As employers and managers these days we have a lot of difficult issues to deal with. The biggest of which is probably turnover. Employees quit for various number of reasons. I have read studies that show turnover is high after high school reunions, birthdays and even work anniversaries. These are natural times of self reflection and are fairly obvious to why someone would move on in their career for greener pastures. But, they are the minority reason for why someone quits their job,
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What Are The 3 Things People Regret Most About Life?

Posted on 9 August 2018
What Are The 3 Things People Regret Most About Life?
  Adapted from work originally published by Marshall Goldsmith.     Imagine yourself at the ripe old age of 95. Imagine you laying there on your deathbed, you are about to take your final breath when a miracle happens. You get the opportunity to go back and give your younger self a piece of advise to make life better. What would you say to the past you? What would your years of knowledge and perspective sum up to? People in this situation have be...
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Six Ways To Bounce Back From a Negative 360 Review

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 23 July 2018
Six Ways To Bounce Back From a Negative 360 Review
  Unlike traditional reviews and other types of feedback, 360-degree reviews include input from a broad range of people: peers, managers, direct reports, and sometimes customers.
One of the most valuable aspects of this is the opinions are voiced anonymously, which encourages a higher level of honesty than you might normally get. However, the truth is not always pretty, and receiving a negative 360-degree review can be upsetting, especially when the opinions are echoed at m...
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