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Research reveals that in high performing companies, employees consistently demonstrate greater competence in areas such as goal setting, time management and emotional intelligence. Personal effectiveness is a critical part of development.

Personal effectiveness training often fails to deliver. Why? Standard programmes are force-fitted with little focus or thought about which specific skills need to be developed for the organisation or the individual.

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The ‘aha moment’: it’s all about your approach

In 1981, an IBM employee, Rangaswamy “Sri” Srinivasan, was using an ultraviolet excimer laser to etch metal and computer chips when he had the idea of using it to laser living tissue. He brought his Thanksgiving turkey leftovers in to the lab and used the excimer laser to produce clean, neat incisions with no collateral damage. Since 2011, this technology has been used to perform 28 million laser eye surgeries worldwide. In 2014 there were 6.9 million in the US alone. This was an ‘aha moment’ to rival all others. Our natural tendency to be curious is the basis of most successful social m

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True grit

We all know of them. The genius who flits from one unfinished project to another. The naturally talented individual who lets their gift go by the wayside. We also know of those of mediocre intelligence and average ability who achieve things that their more genetically blessed peers could only dream of. So, what makes some people achieve greatness while others fail to reach their potential? Circumstances? Perhaps. Charm? Yes. Good looks? Almost certainly. But recently, one predictor of success has begun to emerge as more important than all others: grit. Professor Angela Duckworth initiate

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