Why Your Brain is a Danger to Innovation and Employee Engagement

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A few weeks ago, I took some time off from work and flew down to Greece for holiday. For me, this means catching up time on a lot of readings. It also gave me time for reflection, something that is valuable to my work as a researcher. I always come home from holidays with a new, fresh mind and, best of all – new angles on innovation from all kinds of fields.

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The Art of Giving and Receiving Feedback

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Feedback is a powerful tool to help a team perform better and to continuously improve ways of working and learning. Research show that companies where feedback is used efficiently has higher productivity and better results than companies that don’t. But as we all know, feedback can be quite tricky and it’s more difficult than we think to give and receive feedback. Continue reading

Three Useful Tips to Excel as a Leader by Developing Your Coaching Skills

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Some leaders just have it naturally. Some gain the ability through practice and experience. Others will never have it and are not even interested. I’m talking about the most important leader skill of this decade and its complexity. Continue reading