By Bettina Büchel & Christopher Zintel Nestlé, the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of foods, has leveraged the Nestlé Continuous Excellence (NCE) program, a continuous improvement initiative based on LEAN and TPM principles, to deliver the “Nestlé Model” of steady,...
There was a young student-archer who reached such proficiency in his art that he could shoot an arrow into a tree and then cleave that arrow into two with the next shot. He began to boast that he was a...
 As the Apprenticeship Levy comes into effect, Lizzie Crowley, CIPD Skills Advisor, explains what the levy is, the opportunities it could provide, and what the practical implications are for HR and organisations.  Government urged to issue new guidance to ensure...
"Culture" refers to norms of behavior and shared values among a group of people. "Norms of behavior" are ways of acting that persist because they are rewarded and the group teaches these behaviors to new people, sanctioning those...
Cognitive behavioral therapy techniques can help you unlearn thought patterns that contribute to low self-esteem. Low self-esteem can negatively affect virtually every part of your life, including your relationships, your job and your health. But you can raise your self-esteem to...
How can we harness the right frame of mind to increase our success quota? According to Scott Halford, the part of the brain that sets humans apart from the rest of the animal kingdom is our prefrontal cortex (PFC). But the...
  Dr. Mary Cowley, TFT-VT, discusses trauma and demonstrates the TFT trauma relief tapping therapy algorithm. You might also like:
The most successful people in business approach their work differently than most. They all share the similar perspectives and beliefs. According to Jeff Haden, regardless of industry or profession, they act on those beliefs: 1. Time doesn't fill me. I fill time. Deadlines...
An engaging video on perceptual illusions featuring Cognitive neuroscientist Al Seckel. ...
We are the result of our convictions. We tend to create positive statements, yet fail to achieve the result the way we wished. Do we move too fast from one step of processing information to another? How do we navigate from one step...
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