Learning and development

  • Cultivating wisdom at work by

    What is wisdom, can it be cultivated, and why should organisations care whether they have it or not? Jennifer Garvey Berger has the answers.

  • Performance lessons from FarmVille by

    Can social gaming be used to enliven the tried and true performance management process? Mike Carden believes it can.

  • The linking leader - essential skills development by

    Successful leaders have the ability to co-ordinate, influence, motivate and inspire their staff. These soft skills are the social competencies that are critical for organisational success. Julie Pigdon explains how these skills form the backbone of the 'Linking Leader'.

  • HR central to fostering ethical workplaces by Stephanie Zillman

    Does HR have a role to play in ensuring ethical standards?

  • Understanding the changing face of the workforce by

    Matthew Franceschini provides his tips for organisations wanting to succeed in the new world of work where a growth in assignment and project based work will force employers to break free of the traditional ‘master-servant’ workforce structure .

  • Once upon a long ago by External

    Traditional leadership programs, with their suite of standard skills development opportunities, may not produce leaders capable of dealing with ambiguity and complexity. An alternative approach places an emphasis on facilitating ‘self-actualisation’ through storytelling. Paul Lawrence & Kieran White explain

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