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Managers need to find their blind spot

When everyone is looking to you as the manager to be the person who knows how to do the task, it can be difficult to accept that your view of the situation is flawed and that you need to see beyond your blind spots.
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Retailers who care about the customers' experience will have more sales than those that don't. Likewise employers who care about the employees' experience of work will have a more engaged and consequently more productive workforce
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The #LoveCPD Spotlight Series August edition

This months spotlight focuses on:

  • Developing digital content
  • Study leave
  • Collaborative working between departments
  • Employee engagement surveys

To view this months spotlight online click here.

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Six Steps to Embedding Employee Engagement

Bolting an employee engagement programme onto existing processes or trying to reverse engineer it into an ill-fitting people management strategy is always going to be much more challenging than developing it to be a core part of the company’s culture
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In 1991 Charles Handy concluded that the basic purpose of an organisation is to perpetuate itself within the context of the environment in which it operates. You might not have thought about it in quite that way, but that conviction encapsulates and

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Good Leadership and Organisational Well-Being

Continuing with the last week’s theme and pursuing the subject of leadership and the question of whether or not you are a good leader, another area worth assessing is your organisational well-being. Is this a topic you ever consider and, if so, to wh

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Pursuing Good Business Leadership

1357876?profile=originalImagine, right now, that you are attached to a lie-detector and you are asked, “Are you a good business leader?” How would you answer?   

If you are supremely confident, you might respond quickly, “Of course!” If you are more modest or less confident

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As a human being you cannot survive on your own. It doesn’t matter how capable or self-sufficient you consider yourself to be, it is practically impossible. Interdependence is an inescapable fact of life. If you are a manager or leader, you definitel

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The New Case for Building a Better Business Model

You couldn’t have made it up! In a world where the excesses of business have fuelled strong – sometimes violent – protests against capitalism and corporate malfeasance, Donald Trump won the US election because he was perceived as a businessman! Despi

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