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General Carl von Clausewitz defined friction as “…the force that makes the apparently easy so difficult,” and “countless minor incidents… combine to lower the general level of performance, so that one always falls short of the intended goal.” Friction is why, in civilian occupations, organizational performance often falls short of plans, and for no obvious […]

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Join us to learn about current best practices and how to organize the new hire experience to build commitment, confidence and competence. We will include how to integrate technology, such as online gaming, and mobile applications that will engage and inspire your new talent to quickly grasp the knowledge and skills they need to perform […]

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Join us for our Engage to Perform workshop and learn how elite athletes create high performing teams. In this Olympic year, what can business leaders learn from elite athetes who show incredible focus and motivation to achieve their goals? Athletes get up every morning knowing what is expected of them and what they are going […]

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Join us for our Engage to Perform workshop and learn how elite athletes create high performing teams. In this Olympic year, what can business leaders learn from elite athetes who show incredible focus and motivation to achieve their goals? Athletes get up every morning knowing what is expected of them and what they are going […]

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By Jane Sparrow, culture expert For many organisations, change is a constant. No sooner has one round of restructuring or change to focus around a new direction completed, it’s time for another change of direction or reshaping to occur. A new change process is identified and whilst efforts are made to make it ‘look different’ […]

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