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Development

Engaging people for Change – by Christina Fee

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Recently, I attended a Herman Miller networking event entitled, “Engaging people for Change”. The session was led by Graeme Rainbird, Senior Consultant at the leadership development/organisational change/employee engagement organisation Questions of Difference.   Grame kicked off the session by asking us to engage in three rounds of ‘speed dating’, asking…

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The gift of the gag – Guest blog by Victoria Silverman, Founder of www.BeTeenUs.com and senior communications specialist at Thomson Reuters

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A confession. I haven’t always asked the right questions. As a young woman, I spoke about my favourite subject constantly. Myself. Someone let me know. I was mortified. Who says feedback is a gift?! Of course it was; I just didn’t see it at the time. So with the help...
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The Mummy Returns

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I’ve recently returned to work after a year away. During that time I have been honing my skills in project management to almost military precision and anticipating challenges and risks.  My ability to read non-verbal cues and adapt my approach in the moment has been tested to the utmost.  Competing...
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