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Cuttings, seedlings and cheap plants.

I’ve had to broaden my plant finding horizons. Rather than haunting the bargain corners of the garden centres, nurseries and generic DIY shops, plant seeking parameters have changed. 357 more words


The Rise of Employee-Generated Content

Employees can be a vibrant source of stories and learning. Forward-looking business leaders are seeing the potential of employee-generated content (EGC) to reach beyond internal audiences and engage wider stakeholders. 322 more words

Many, many men have been just as troubled morally and spiritually as you are right now. Happily, some of them kept records of their troubles. You’ll learn from them—if you want to.

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The best conversations so far!

By Joanne Sim

It has been six months since the launch the Cundall blog -Cundall Conversations. We have had 28 blog posts, 16 authors/Conversation Starters… 236 more words

Joanne Sim

How many times during a project did you:

  • Feel overwhelmed?
  • Lose focus of the project goal?
  • Get buried in the details, checklists, and action items?
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A Concept Note on Training Need Analysis

Training Need Analysis (TNA) is the systematic process of determining and ordering training goals, measuring training needs and deciding on priorities for training action. We identify a gap as a training need when there is a difference between the actual and required human performance in some specific areas of operations and where improved training is the most economical way of eliminating the difference. 931 more words

Authored By Rukmini Iyer

[#Thought] Communication and Knowledge Sharing in the Workplace

Communication & Knowledge Sharing

Good Communication?

“Good” Communication promotes:

  • Common ground
  • Trust
  • Learning
  • Ease of coordination/cooperation
  • New Ideas
  • Higher level of performance

“Good” content for organizational communication: 490 more words

Jasmine Saein Park