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‘Performance Management’

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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6 Management Behaviours that Create Highly Engaged Teams

Whatever stage you are at with regard to managing your teams during the COVID-19 crisis, it is likely you are going to need to consider how you can relive your organisation’s performance management process as new norms continue to evolve. The Engage for Success Performance Management Thought and Action Group (TAG) has been undertaking research [...]
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Decades ago, it was hard for co-workers in an office to do informal collaboration. Why? Their work spaces were divided by formal offices—walls and doors. That’s one of the reasons that office designers came up with the open office plan: It was thought to increase creativity and sharing by enabling co-workers to bounce ideas off […]

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Many people will have worked on projects in the workplace but did you know that only 2.5% of companies manage to complete 100% of projects? 57% of projects fail because of a breakdown in communications – with many issues such as frequent changes to scope of projects, inconsistent approach, and poorly trained project managers making […]

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The infographic relates to how workplace morale, either positive or negative, can have an enormous impact on companies in a number of ways. The infographic will look at the signs of positive/negative morale and how to also change the morale of your workplace. Colin Cuthbert Image courtesy of aechan at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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