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This might well be one of the most important leadership books I’ve read. Boyatzis and McKee—well respected researchers, professors and authors—use the physics concept of “resonance” (being in tune) to explain a simple biologicRead More »
One of Scotland’s leading Corporate Coaching and Organisation Development practitioners, publishes their research with their media Partner CA Magazine. The research looks into the attitudes of Scotland’s Private Sector CEO’s towards leadership, culture andRead More »
Many decisions made during an individual's typical day are made in a distracted state. This process works well until some external event injects itself into the processRead More »
Nearly a century ago, Edward Thorndike (1917) published his findings of a connection between work and satisfaction in the Journal of Applied Psychology. The precursor to Thorndike’s research on job satisfaction was his studiesRead More »