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Lego® Serious Play® drives company performance GT Limited

3 Ways That LEGO® Serious Play® Drives Company Performance

I’ve recently been trained to use LEGO® Serious Play®. It’s a business tool that was first developed by the Lego company itself. It has since expanded to become a valuable method of facilitating any type of meeting. From setting a vision or establishing values, to overcoming problems or setting a strategy. It allows you to …

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Leading Teams in a Fast-Paced Environment

Today’s organisational teams are dealing with rapid change. The pace is faster than anything the business world has seen before. The challenge for leading teams is to maintain consistent improvement as well as to support and motivate employees. Being a leader in an agile environment means learning and displaying agile traits. This involves flexibility and …

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Employee Relations Issues: What Can Leaders Do?

Employee relations focuses on both individual and collective relationships in the workplace. It’s a significant shift from the term “industrial relations”, which, historically, has been used to describe the relationship between employees and employers. In this article, I will discuss the meaning of employee relations in modern terms and how leaders can effectively respond when …

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Linking leadership development to the bottom line

Linking Leadership Development to the Bottom Line

Profitable companies tend to have a few qualities in common. These qualities can be linked to leadership development and are nicely summed up in the Service-Profit Chain model. Coined by three Harvard Business School professors, the model says that: Customer loyalty drives the profitability of a company Customers are loyal if they’re happy with the company’s quality …

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