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Why Performance Declines After Praise

Generally speaking, it’s better to praise someone for not smoking than warning them about lung cancer. But we typically default to warnings.

When you see a friend smoking, what’s the first thing you say? 298 more words

Leadership Development

Re robust!

Banyak yang membikin strategi bisnis, namun kalau jujur, banyak pula strategi itu yang gagal.

Mengapa ini terjadi?

Strategi bisnis yang baik haruslah ‘menyuburkan’ – membuat bisnis menjadi robust!

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Business Insights

One Bad Apple Lowers Team Performance Up to 40%

“ Felps estimates that teams with just one deadbeat, downer, or asshole suffer a performance disadvantage of 30 to 40 percent compared to teams that have no bad apples.” (Bob Sutton in… 295 more words

Leadership Development

“You Are Too Competent For Us To Hire”

Interviewing with an honest employer rarely happens. And what I mean is that a completely honest employer would be sharing what is really going on in the organization and why they really don’t want to hire you. 990 more words

Organizational Development

How to Rise Above Fault Finding and Energize Your Team

You don’t think of yourself as a fault-finder, but what if you track your thoughts and language for an hour?

What’s your attitude about others right now? 304 more words

Taking Others Higher

Time to stop the snobbery in L&D

L&D departments need to support their organisation in valuable ways.  Simples.

Yet I increasingly feel that the L&D industry takes a snobbish approach to the world of work – far too often talking about what we might actually call ‘knowledge workers’ or, at least, office work. 347 more words

Professional Development

Great Story, Horrible Business

Companies are striving to develop and market their story as a way to connect with their customers and boost differentiation in the marketplace.

While that is a terrific strategy to grow, a word of caution should be in order – if your business is not-so-terrific, it may be wise to get your house in order first. 387 more words