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The science of meetings

Meetings are supposed to facilitate strategy development, teamwork and problem solving. Every day, there are between 11 million and 55 million

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What does it take to be a good mentor?

Behind every successful person, you’ll often find a mentor who has helped them succeed in their career path in some way. Maybe it’s their manager

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Why emotional intelligence is key to successful leadership (and how to develop it)

Leaders have an enormous responsibility to ensure that their teams are productive and engaged. As a leader, it can be difficult to consider emotions

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How to think like a leader: a guide to decision making

As a leader, it’s important that you remain unbiased in the workplace. But the reality is, cognitive biases can influence everyone — our brain is

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How to inspire positive change within your team

What is the psychology behind helping a group of people make a positive behaviour change?

Good intentions may often fall short and an initial spark

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How to brainstorm better

When embarking on a new idea or project, it is now commonplace for teams to have a brainstorming session. The premise is simple: think out loud about

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7 ways to boost your resilience at work

How can we deal with the ever increasing level of stress at work? Are there simple, quick and easy strategies that we can use to make us more

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How Google helps employees learn from their mistakes

Making mistakes is a vital part of learning. Unfortunately for many, the fear of failure means that they are unwilling to take necessary risks and

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Why you should stop checking work emails after hours

Guess how many emails the average employee receives per day? 97. (source)

And guess how many employees check their work messages at least once a day

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Are you wasting your lunch break?

Recent research shows that the traditional one-hour lunch break no longer truly exists, and the average British worker takes just 34 minutes for

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