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Standards (Part III – Who Sets the Standards?)

I won’t be wronged, I won’t be insulted, I won’t be laid a hand on. I don’t do these things to other people and I require the same from them.

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Expectations

“Give a dog a bad name and you may as well hang him.” ~ Dale Carnegie.

When we are leading others; in business or in family relationships, if we speak highly of them and let them know we think good things of them, often they will try extremely hard to live up to this reputation we have given them. 73 more words

The Shift from Leveling Skills to Leveling Characters in MMOs

Note: the following article originally appeared on MMOGames.com.

One of the biggest and most impactful changes to MMORPG design over the last decade is one that’s gotten remarkably little attention: the shift from skill based character progression to character level based progression. 1,694 more words

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Cognitive skills in middle-income countries: Evidence from PIAAC and STEP

By Marieke Vandeweyer

The OECD Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC), which measures cognitive skills of the adult population, has recently been expanded to include nine additional countries (see our earlier blog post “ 906 more words

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Active Listening

“The soft stuff is the hard stuff and the hard stuff is the easy stuff”

Active listening is hearing what someone is really trying to convey, rather than just the meaning of the words they are speaking – Do what I mean, not what I say… 185 more words

SUCCESS4 ON TOUR USA & Launch Event

Success4 is gearing up to its launch event later this year. As a one stop coffee shop for clients wanting to meet thier ideal coach, whatever there needs, we will be holding a launch event in the UK that will be a one in a life time opportunity for everyone to meet. 60 more words

Driving Up the Demand for Skills in UK - Skills policy is only one part of a strategic mix

The general direction of skills policy in the UK over the recent past has been to create a market for training in order to improve the degree to which the skills people acquire are matched to those that the economy demands. 365 more words

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