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Zia Attlee

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So far Zia Attlee has created 4 blog entries.

Mastering Leadership: Navigating Unfolding Events with the Reactive Management Framework

By Wilhelm Crous December 21, 2023 I'm always thrilled to receive a new edition of the Harvard Business Review. Just recently, my advance copy of the Jan/Feb 2024 edition arrived. After publishing six new titles on leadership, I was eager to delve into this edition, which revolves around the theme of Leadership. One particular

By |2023-12-19T17:31:24+02:00December 19th, 2023|HR, Human Resources, Leadership, Resilience|

Less is More When Designing Employee Learning Programmes

By Wilhelm Crous December 18, 2023 I recently had a discussion with Ajay Pangarkar, a Canadian-based thought leader in Learning and Development and the author of the soon-to-be-released book Learning Metrics. During our conversation, he pointed out an issue with online learning—engagement levels are low and dropping. This trend prompted me to delve into

By |2023-12-18T11:19:53+02:00December 18th, 2023|HR, Human Resources, Hybrid Work, Leadership, Resilience, Talent Management|

Can Hybrid Work Cause Toxicity in Workplaces?

By Wilhelm Crous August 11, 2023 In a recent Harvard Business Review article Prof Mark Mortensen from Insead warned that if unchecked, certain hybrid/remote work practices can lead to toxic workplaces.¹  As a start Mortensen refers to Donald Sull’s five attributes of a toxic culture i.e., disrespectful, non-inclusive, unethical, cutthroat and abusive. He also

By |2023-08-11T16:25:22+02:00August 11th, 2023|HR, Human Resources, Hybrid Work, Leadership, Resilience, Talent Management|

Retaining Your Young Talent

By Amy Gray March 23, 2023 The great resignation has been a wake-up call in the world of work, with organisations grappling with the realisation that even in a digital age, people really are still first. Many organisations have been left with a diminishing talent pool (especially Millennial and Gen-Z staff) and no way


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