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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Five Ways to Measure Training, So Your Budget Doesn't Get Cut

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 29 June 2018
Five Ways to Measure Training, So Your Budget Doesn't Get Cut
We've all heard it before when costs are tight, and budgets are being scrutinised, training spend is often the first expense to get the chop.
Why is that??
Training its often under-valued in an organisation unless there is a very clear way to see the tangible benefits.
Intrinsically, we know there is value to training staff and for specific occupations, it's a necessity but trying to apply a measurement technique to it is sometimes difficult.  And when sen...
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The article that ruined my day - Part 1

Posted by Sharon Hudson on 19 June 2018
The article that ruined my day - Part 1
I usually start my day with a read-around of curated articles, delivered to my inbox by, NextDrat (The day's most fascinating news from Dave Pell) and Medium ( a place to read, write, and interact with the stories that matter most to you) Between the two emails, it is possible for me to miss the whole morning as I read the articles curated explicitly for me, then and follow links to related articles, in an attempt to keep up with what is happening in the world and especially in my ...
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Who Pushes Your Buttons? The Five Personality Types

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 10 June 2018
Who Pushes Your Buttons? The Five Personality Types
Being able to manage conflict at work requires practice and skill. A key input into this process can be in understanding which type of person is most likely to "push your buttons" and how you can best respond in those situations.
Below are five of the most common personality traits that people can find difficult to work with, and how you could change your approach when working and engaging with these types of people.    1. Self Centered ...
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