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Getting your top performers to change is not easy

Exceptional results mean nothing if achieved by unscrupulous means, as the Lib Dems now know all too well. Assessing staff not just on what they accomplish, but how, requires managers with the tact to act when stars behave badly. If calm conversations effect no change, it’s time to say goodbye. Read this article written by Octavius Black, CEO of Mind...
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From performance misery to performance joy?

The key to increasing employee performance doesn’t lie in a system. It lies in understanding the psychology of human behavior. Read what Mind Gym’s CEO, Octavius Black has to say about managing performance in his article for HR Zone.
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Empowering people to take action on microaggressions

Microaggressions have a nasty habit of repeating themselves in certain teams and departments, so it’s easy to become a bystander. But, if microaggressions become the new normal, productivity will suffer. Empowering others to take action against microaggressions is an essential step to building a more inclusive culture where you work. In his third installment on microagressions in the workplace, Mind...
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Creativity: it’s a walk in the park

Insights from the research center Next time you’re stuck on a thorny problem, walk it out. Researchers from Stanford University found that people unanimously scored higher on a creative thinking test when they did it walking versus sitting down. A leisurely stroll is just the break we need to reset rigid thinking and get those creative juices flowing. Insight in...
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