Telling fish about water Since before we can even remember, beginning with our first staggering attempts to crawl or walk, we are surrounded by evaluation of our performance. Estimates suggest that students have undertaken more than 2,500 tests or exams by the time they complete secondary education. And domestically, we all get plenty of (often unsolicited!) [...]
At a time of year when organisations are naturally taking stock, employees are being appraised, objectives are being set and business strategies reviewed, it seems that enterprise isn’t the only one on the change offensive if the US report that 67% of the work-force are actively considering a change in their career is true.
Considering a new career or major life change? Read on...
The situation of Covid was universal and the same for everybody, but the implications of its impact were different depending on one thing: the individual's context. It is the same for our conversations!
We continue our exploration of managing your reputation and conversations in chaos.
Although, it feels like a bit of an eternity since this complete chaos has started. It's actually only now that your mettle will be tested. And just to reiterate, the entire purpose of this leadership in chaos podcast, that we started 16 weeks ago, was to ensure that your leadership reputation is not the casualty.
On this episode we cover some interesting insights from our last 15 episodes and polls from our leadership in chaos webinars.
On this final part of the Motivation in chaos episode we discuss the five factors that influence human behavior and motivation. The five elements can easily be remembered by thinking of the word SCARF, the status, the certainty, the autonomy, the relatedness, and the fairness.