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Why Leadership Team Training?

BNI requires that all its officers attend leadership team training, which is generally offered one or two months a year. Members have sometimes suggested that the training not be required for committee members, in order to widen the pool for future candidates.

  • Date: 14/10/2016
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Let Employees Be People: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization

Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey, both of Harvard, discuss what they’ve learned from studying radically transparent organizations where people at all levels of the hierarchy get candid feedback, show vulnerability, and grow on the job.

  • Date: 15/07/2016
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Rethinking staff inductions. What you can do to jump-start your new hire into the organisation.

Most people have a story of a poor or badly-organised introduction to a workplace. As the beginning of an employee's relationship with their new employer, however, getting the induction process right is really important, and an unmissable opportunity to explain what the company's all about. Listen in to hear some success stories of companies who seem to be doing things right.

  • Date: 19/02/2016
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Get The Most From Your Newest Team Members - Kellogg School of Management

In this Kellogg School of Management podcast, host Jessica Love, U.S. Army Chief of Staff Col. Brian Halloran and Kellogg's Adjunct Lecturer of Marketing Troy Henikoff explore the important, but often overlooked, topic of onboarding. 

  • Date: 22/01/2016
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Is Coaching Actually Solving Problems for Organisations?

Coaching has become the generic solution to a plethora of HR development needs but is it always the right approach and are we using it effectively? John McGurk, CIPD Adviser, Learning & Talent, Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership, Henley Business School, Heather Townsend, Director, Excedia Group, and Neil Morrison, Group HR Director, Random House, discuss.

  • Date: 15/01/2016
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