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The Value of a CHRO

PoleVault| April 22, 2016| Change Management

The Value of a CHRO Does calling Human Resources “Human Capital Management” make it sound more C-Level? If not, maybe Deloitte’s 2016 Human Capital Report will give it a boost.  In this survey of 7000 business and HR leaders from 130 different countries, a striking 92% of respondents expressed a need to completely redesign organisational thought and structure. […]

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What’s your leadership strategy?

What is your leadership strategy? That simple question is often misunderstood. It’s often taken to mean “what is your strategy as a leader?” What we mean, however, is “What is your strategy for ensuring leadership is a common trait within your organisation?” Seem trite? Let’s consider something: Whether a simple or complex organisation, people will […]

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Change you, changing organisational behaviour

PoleVault| November 22, 2015| Behaviour Change, Organisational Cultural Change

Behaviour Change The way in which one conducts themselves towards others inn the workplace is the primary definition of organisational behaviour. Research links human behaviour to genetics; it is environment, however, that takes the credit in most part. Grasping this truth will change how any leader views their environment, whether past or present. Attitude is […]

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Organisational Cultural Change: Cultivate Innovation

PoleVault| October 22, 2015| Organisational Cultural Change

It is no secret that continuous innovation is the key to ongoing business success.  Modern businesses must remain agile and evolving to remain on the cutting edge of their industries.  A 2010 IBM global CEO study reiterates this fact, citing creativity as the most important factor in predicting an organization’s future success. Leaders have the responsibility […]

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Stop your best jumping ship through talent development

PoleVault| October 1, 2015| Business Coach, Talent Development

Talent Development is the Key to Keeping Your Best Employees From Jumping Ship. Many managers automatically assume that when an employee leaves the company, it’s for a better salary, or because they were dissatisfied with their direct boss. While these are important considerations, employees often look for other career opportunities with another employer because they […]

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Attracting employee talent by improving organisational culture

PoleVault| September 18, 2015| Talent Development

Improving Organisational Culture and Attracting Top Talent Today, as the hunt for new talent becomes more and more competitive, many companies’ instinct is to offer higher wages to entice employees to choose them. However, a new executive survey conducted by Futurestep, a Korn Ferry company, revealed that 61% of respondents viewed organisational culture as the most important recruiting advantage […]

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How to Make Talent Development Work

PoleVault| September 17, 2015| Talent Development

Tools to Make Talent Development a Success So how do you development talent?  Here are a few tools to get you started: Eliminate Insecurities  Hiring the right managers is very important for cultivating talent in your company.  You want someone who is a team player instead of someone who views other employee’s as competition.  When you […]

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Change Management

Behavioural Change: Can you really think & be different?

Your brain is a tangled forest of neurons. That amazing organ contains about 100 billion neural cells, all zip-zapping electrochemical signals around like little clouds in a lightning storm. How often do we pause to think about the mysterious majesty of the human brain? Our abilities to think abstractly, to harness language as a tool, and […]

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Leadership Management: Improving Talent Retention with Better Employee Development

PoleVault| | Leadership Management

Whether you are a small business owner or CEO of a large corporation, you are probably well aware of the high cost of employee turnover. Many businesses focus on acquiring talent, but do not have leadership management, development and employee coaching programs in place that are the key to driving talent retention. If you know talent retention rates […]

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Organisational Change Management: Creating Behaviour Change in Others With Four Little Words

Organisational Change Management: Human beings, despite some of our efforts to look wild and spontaneous, are really creatures of habit. All behaviour that we observe in each other is the result of a complex network of learned behaviours and experiences and personal biases that result in relatively predictable behaviour. If you consider for a moment […]

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Executive Coaching: The 3 R’s of Strategies for changing habits

PoleVault| | Leadership Training

Executive Coaching: Our time is filled with habitual behaviors. We are completely unaware of many of these habits. Some are good and others have negative consequences. Repetitive behaviors that have been reinforced for many years are often challenging to change. However, it can be accomplished. Changing your habits is a matter of conscious effort. You […]

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Business Leadership Training: Does Emotional Intelligence Create Great Leaders or Powerful Manipulators?

Business Leadership Training: Goleman’s Idea of Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman challenged traditional definitions of leadership with his landmark article in the Harvard Business Review which added another qualifier: emotional intelligence. While leaders were traditionally defined by a high intellect, an analytical determination, and the ability to generate new and exciting ideas, Goleman posited that great leaders also […]

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Leadership Coaching: 5 ways to get the most out of your executive coaching experience

If you’re an up and coming executive, then chances are you will find yourself going through executive coaching soon if you aren’t already in a coaching program. Coaching on average lasts 7 to 12 months, so you will want to be prepared for what’s in store. Here are some ways to make the most out […]

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Creating Behaviour Change in Others With Four Little Words

PoleVault| July 21, 2015| Uncategorized

Human beings, despite some of our efforts to look wild and spontaneous, are really creatures of habit. All behaviour that we observe in each other is the result of a complex network of learned behaviours and experiences and personal biases that result in relatively predictable behaviour. If you consider for a moment your co-workers and […]

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