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Shared Purpose & Collaborative Engagement

How do companies get the emotional commitment from employees which leads to peak performance? This is the key question that Jon Katzenbach's Peak Performance book deals with. Almost all organizations selected were successful for at least a 10 year period based on...
Stephen Hawking, the Nobel-winning astrophysicist has said AI “could spell the end of the human race”.  Yet a month later along with entrepreneur Elon Musk and dozens of AI experts which focused instead on the positive benefits of AI. “The potential benefits are huge,...
  No doubt at the heart of every business operation there is a need for effective risk management. In many cases partnering and collaboration can provide mitigation and greater certainty of outcomes on all sides of the relationship, through more...
Purpose-oriented workers are dramatically changing our workforce. Employees no longer want a 9-5 job, they want to help others and have an impact. According to Elizabeth Davis, Founding Partner, Carol Cone ON PURPOSE, organisations that unite around shared purpose, will...
What was once thought of as a fad is now a top-of-mind issue for HR managers and CEOs across the globe. Even though the term ‘employee engagement’ is open to translation and can mean a variety of different things to...
Do you want to increase your productivity, get more done in less time and get more done with less work? Often, when we think about productivity, we think about time management tricks, ways to work faster. Those temporal measures help us work...
The complex challenges that face teams, organizations and societies are demanding new ways of thinking about and shaping the future. In spite of decades of leadership research and the increasing demand for better leadership, we still do not have a...
  Employees like to be a part of something great. And companies who get familiar with the wealth of benefits the co-employment relationship has to offer, don’t  miss the opportunity to have a partner that helps them contain and control business...
  Organizational culture is the pattern of basic assumptions, values, norms and artifacts shared by organizational members. These shared meanings help members to make sense out of the organization. The meanings signal how work is to be done and...
Fifty years ago, people could only imagine the possibility of talking to their computers. Fast forward to today, and we have now gone from imagination to the technology of cognitive computing now existing. In his talk, Neil Sahota discusses the power...
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