Some estimates put just 5% of employee performance down to the individual; 95% is down to their environment. Talent Management, therefore, is about creating the conditions for people to thrive. Mind Gym Chief Creative Officer Mary-Clare Race points to six factors that make a difference. Read them on pages 14-16 in the winter issue of People and Strategy.
Working relationships don't always work - when they break down, the results are disastrous. It's tricky for managers to tread the fine line between being a boss, buddy or bully. We all play a role in getting it right. Read Mind Gym Chief Creative Officer Dr. Mary-Clare Race's recent contribution to TD Magazine.
The compliance industry is booming, but businesses still behave badly. That's because most solutions rely on an economist's view: i.e. how people should behave, not how they do. Behavioral science could hold the answer. Read Mind Gym CEO Octavius Black's recent contribution to Law.com.
When 85% of training participants fail to apply what they learn, it’s clear our approach to transfer needs to change. At Campbell Soup Company, a new, learner-centered method is paying dividends. Sebastian Bailey, Ph.D and co-founder of Mind Gym contributes regularly to Training Magazine. Read the full article here.
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