The Way we Shape Others! (For both Success and Failure)

Managing Director Kevin Lawrence comments on Odyssey.

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Five ‘open secrets’ of great bosses

We feel the greatest drive to succeed when we can feel ourselves moving forward with a task.

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Are you using your emotional intelligence?

Two millennia ago, Lao-Tzu, one of Ancient China’s best-known philosophers, coined an aphorism that still has relevance today.   He who knows others is wise; he who knows himself is enlightened.   Today, Lao-Tzu’s enlightened man would be called ‘emotionally intelligent’. To be emotionally intelligent is to be able to understand and manage one’s own emotional responses, and to be able to understand – and …

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70:20:10 A skills development pathway

Is there a ‘best way’ to help a workforce learn new skills that will make them more productive? An increasingly popular model being adopted in response to this challenge is the 70:20:10 approach. 70:20:10 is a conceptual model that is based on how people learn new skills. In the 1990s, researchers from the Centre of Creative Leadership began studying how people acquire new skills. Their …

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