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Emergenetics In Action: CALA Homes Case Study

Emergenetics® In Action: CALA Homes Case Study

In last month’s blog, I introduced Emergenetics® and how it compares to other team profiling tools. The benefits of Emergenetics® include organisational productivity, improved self-awareness and more effective teamwork.   This month, I’m sharing insights from my work with CALA Homes where I used Emergenetics® to support the company’s drive for effective teamwork and a …

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Emergenetics®: What Is It & How Does It Compare To Other Team Profiling Frameworks?

In a 2015 Harvard Business Review article titled, Personality Tests Can Help Balance a Team, the authors discuss the benefits of personality tests and team profiling in helping organisations balance their teams. They explain; “It’s just plain hard to get people working together the way you’d like. That’s because left to our own devices, we …

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How to have difficult conversations: The SIREN® framework

How to have difficult conversations: The SIREN® framework

Managers are expected to have difficult conversations in their role. Often, they don’t get the help or support to make these conversations effective so that they lead to positive outcomes. Research shows that the number one thing that managers find difficult is dealing with conflict and the associated difficult conversations. So much is done by …

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Leadership in Technology: how to survive the “magic weekend” and become the best leader you can

Whilst not unique to technology industries, the “magic weekend” is a phenomenon that’s particularly common in this field. Excellent technical specialists are promoted to positions of leadership because they are great at being technical specialists. Not necessarily because they have great leadership skills. On Friday they are part of the team, and on Monday they …

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They should be grateful they’ve got a job…right? Really?

Last week an oil and gas HR professional told me that one of their best people had resigned, despite still having a role following their recent redundancies. Another manager complained that his team were disengaged and not performing. As he put it: “Shouldn’t they be grateful they’ve got jobs in the current climate, and putting …

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Today’s News is Tomorrow’s Normal – Innovation in a Downturn

In the second part of my series on Leadership & Innovation in a downturn I’m delighted to share a guest post by Richard Knox, Managing Director at EC-OG. In this article Richard shares his thoughts on innovation and how we sustain and nurture it in organisations. ______________________________________ I’m delighted that Gillian approached me when she …

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