Killed by a corporate culture of complacency - Complacency kills success
In a fast-moving and changing world a corporate culture of complacency can lead to a disaster. Killed by a corporate culture of complacency
How To Find Sailing Classes Near You
Looking for something new and exciting oudoor activity (lifestyle actually) to learn? Swimming and spending some time under the sun can be fun, but it could get old rather quickly. And you can do both at the same time if you’re willing to explore the great sport/hobby/lifestyle of the sailboat cruiser. Sailing has increased in popularity …
70:20:10 for trainers
Learning & Development Professional has been running a poll on the following question: Is the 70:20:10 model still relevant today? And I’m shocked by the results. At the time of writing t…
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Tony Robbins Wants You To Succeed! Here are his Top Tips For You!
Why should I listen to Tony Robbins You Ask? Well... for the past three decades, Anthony Robbins has served as an advisor to leaders around the world. A
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In short always put the others first make them feel important and in getting what you want done make your ideas feel like the others idea.
How to style Adidas shoes with hijab
Adidas the very popular shoes brand is on huge trend this season, all the fashion bloggers and all the fashionable people are trending this amazing shoes. Of
Start A Fire
Here's a little diagram I put together to highlight the differences in the creative process between divergent and convergent thinking. Like all models, it's not comprehensive, but meant to serve as a general guideline. (Convergence and Divergence are used in...
Innovation: What's New?
Innovation is all about creating "the new", but if you hang around innovators long enough you begin to get the feeling that while lots of "new" things are being brought to market, innovators continue to use "old" approaches to do this! Recently, however, Arthur D. Little published a study on [...]