Learning And Development Not Valued By Organisations

Written by: Karen Higginbottom , FORBES CONTRIBUTOR I’m a freelance journalist who writes about HR (human remains as I like to call it) and employment topics for Thomson Reuters GRC and supplements for The Times. I began my career as a reporter for HR trade journals in the U.K. before branching out in 2004 as a freelancer…

3 Ways To Improve Your Personal Judgement

BY TOMAS CHAMORRO-PREMUZIC Some people just seem to be smarter than others, but there’s a way to get sharper, no matter your IQ. For decades our definition of “smart” was tied to academic knowledge. But there is a big disconnect between what universities teach and what the real world of work demands, and individuals with…

DEALING WITH CONFRONTATION

Article by: Sally STANLEIGH Sally Stanleigh is a senior partner in Business Improvement Architects and the Chief Operating Officer. Sally manages the operation and develops and implements communications, marketing, and promotion programs. She is also responsible for spearheading and managing the company’s corporate research projects. Sally has a background in marketing and communications and previously…

A New Solution to Organisational Dysfunction

By Amanda Woodard Have you ever worked in an organisation where understanding between departments is like a bushman of the Kalahari trying to communicate with a Wall Street banker? Alternatively, have you ever started a job and felt like the stuff you were required to read was written in Serbo-Croatian? If so, you’re already familiar…