Book Review: The Power of Full Engagement

Book Review: The Power of Full Engagement

  • November 4, 2012
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In ‘The Power of Full Engagement’, authors Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz introduce us to the essence of high performance: managing your own energy. As the authors found out, energy has a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual dimension. All of these dimensions are explored in this book, including ways to stimulate them and to overcome […]

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Book Review: The Tipping Point

Book Review: The Tipping Point

  • October 25, 2012
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How little things can make a big difference. Why does one idea, message or brand spread around the globe in no time, while other messages have so many difficulties trying to reach their targeted audience? In ‘The Tipping Point’, author Malcolm Gladwell gives you some astonishing insights into how ‘social epidemics’ work. He explains how little […]

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If you think saying good morning to your people is a waste of time, think again.

If you think saying good morning to your people is a waste of time, think again.

  • October 22, 2012
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Leadership is not always best expressed through rallying cries, motivational speeches or disproportional rewards. Learn more about the value of individual consideration. Simple courtesy, respect and genuine interest in people are powerful means for building an engaged organisation.

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Energy is key

Energy is key

  • September 28, 2012
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Energy is a key differentiator. Next to your experience, expertise or competencies, recruiters are looking for candidates who are energetic. IQ is of course an important factor for many jobs, but it’s just an entry level requirement as it is hard to stand out by being smarter. Employers are typically looking for people who are […]

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The 3 axes of Human Potential

The 3 axes of Human Potential

Human potential is not just built on intelligence. IQ is key for sure, but equally important are Emotional and Physical Intelligence (EQ & PhQ). These three axes are crucial batteries of human potential. We are as weak as our weakest battery, so it’s critical to fully develop the three axes in order to reach our […]

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Introducing the 8 – a sexy strategy execution framework

Introducing the 8 – a sexy strategy execution framework

  • June 21, 2012
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“Strategy execution should be a happy marriage between organisational and individual performance.” Strategy Execution is a complex process. In fact, it’s a mix of several processes – and the ideal process picture is different for each organisation. But even with a different mix, each best-in-class performance management process should include some basic building blocks. Luckily, many […]

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8 Ways to Motivate Yourself From the Beginning

8 Ways to Motivate Yourself From the Beginning

  • June 1, 2012
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Often the problem with goals is not setting them, but sticking to them. If you can stick with a goal for long enough, you’ll almost always get there eventually. It just takes patience, and motivation. Motivation is the key, but it’s not always easy, day in and day out, to find that motivation. The best […]

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5 tips to pick the right goals

5 tips to pick the right goals

The positive results of setting objectives within the world of work are widely supported by substantial research – more than 100 scientific studies involving 40,000 participants from different industries. And these figures don’t even include any goal-setting research that took place in the world of sport. Want to set your own personal goals. Here are […]

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