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Empowering everyday innovation
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Presenter : Regis Courtemanche
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Past webinars

Fixing the habit

  As a talent and learning professional, how to change someone’s behaviour is a question at the top of your mind. The challenge? Finding an answer that is effective. Using the latest in neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and social science,  learn the five tried-and-true techniques that work when it comes to sparking behaviour change, but also how to incorporate them into...
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Show me respect

In the wake of #metoo and high profile cases at the top of big companies, business leaders are eager to make work safe from predatory behaviour. The instinctive response is to promote anonymous helplines and demand people speak up. These solutions will have, at best, a marginal effect and might even do harm. Drawing from the most robust behavioural science,...
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Supercharge your teams

Who energises you? Faces of highly successful, extroverted leaders may come to mind. Wondering what sets you apart from the top? According to the latest research, you don’t need to be the most energetic person in the room to motivate your team. Energised teams are more creative, collaborative, focused, and decisive and our upcoming webinar explores the 5 ways you...
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The talent story at Shawmut

The construction industry was hit particularly hard after the 2008 stock market crash – losing much of its top talent to other industries that promised more job opportunity. Despite being a billion-dollar enterprise, Shawmut Design and Construction found themselves similarly affected. The 100% employee-owned company saw a need to rebuild talent and knew they’d have to do it fast. Rather than focusing...
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