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Organisational Management Review Launch

Change is ongoing in all businesses today, on some level. As the world advances, organisations must do the same to keep ahead of the tide. For some companies this involves small adjustments, however many are faced with large scale organisational change, and they simply aren’t equipped to handle it.

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    The Power of Persuasion: Building Influence in the Workplace

The Power of Persuasion: Building Influence in the Workplace

Have you ever sat and wondered how some people seem to be able to persuade others to do anything? It can be awe inspiring to see this particular skill at work, but there are simple techniques that you can apply that will help you to build influence quite easily. [...]

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    Trust in the Workplace: We Can’t Work Together with Suspicious Minds

Trust in the Workplace: We Can’t Work Together with Suspicious Minds

Do you trust your employees, and crucially, do they trust you?
We hear a lot about how trust is vital to personal relationships, but professional relationships depend upon trust just as much. Without it, things start to fall apart quickly.

Ernst and Young have conducted a survey which has found [...]

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    3 Ways to Keep Your Workforce Motivated in Times of Change and Uncertainty

3 Ways to Keep Your Workforce Motivated in Times of Change and Uncertainty

All business have to be flexible to survive the constant flux going on in and around them. We all know that change and uncertainty are inevitable on some level, but do we all know how to handle it?
Some people enjoy a constantly evolving work environment, however not all [...]

The Link Between Employee Wellbeing, Engagement and Absence

The latest statistics from CIPD tell us that employee absence has risen to 6.9 days per employee per year on average in the UK, and only 25% of organisations achieved last year’s absence target. Employee wellbeing is clearly at a low point. Unsurprisingly, the working world is now desperately [...]

In Memory of Mike Wood

It is with great sadness that we share the news that Mike Wood, the Vice-President of Predictive Advantage, has passed away on Wednesday, 30 March 2016, after a long battle with cancer.
 

Mike joined the business in 2004 when the office in Harrogate opened and was key in establishing [...]

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    Positive and Negative: The Power of Mindset in the Workplace

Positive and Negative: The Power of Mindset in the Workplace

Have you ever considered the incredible effects of mindsets on the ways in which our brains operate? Recent research is quite fascinating; in short, we can apparently change the way our brains work on a physical level, simply by altering the things that we think and talk about! On [...]

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    Disregard Notions of Millennials: It’s Time to Stop Generalising Generations in the Workforce

Disregard Notions of Millennials: It’s Time to Stop Generalising Generations in the Workforce

Let me begin with a disclaimer: I am a Millennial. My views may or may not be representative of those of my peer group. Now we’ve got that out of the way, I would like to discuss the incredibly problematic generalisation of generations in the workplace.
People love to [...]

Unhappy Employees? 3 Questions To Ask Yourself

Are you wondering what you can do about disengaged and unhappy employees? Good news! You’re not alone: 87 percent of organisations across the world cite company culture and employee engagement as their top challenges. The bad news is, with more than 71% of employees across the world not fully [...]