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Moving Forward Seminar for Managers by Holly from Corporate Edge

Moving Forward Seminar for Managers by Holly from Corporate Edge

Quick notes: – Great culture at work has to be created. – Replace ‘yeah, but’ and change it to ‘and…so’. The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us | Dan Pink 4 Reasons for Poor Performance SAMPLE (Knowledge, Skills, Tools, Desire) DAY ONE Session 1: Leadership at ****** – Creating an Environment for Success Leaders have the ability to inspire and challenge. – Command and Control to Modern Leader Command and Control High Performance Culture Work for pay Care for care…

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Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most by Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton, Sheila Heen of the Harvard Negotiation Project

Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most by Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton, Sheila Heen of the Harvard Negotiation Project

Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most by Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton, Sheila Heen of the Harvard Negotiation Project Difficult Conversations I have tried to keep the notes as neat as possible. You can find another great summary here – http://www.fscanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Difficult-Conversations-Summary.pdf – 3 Conversation 1. The “What Happened?” Conversation. Most difficult conversations involve disagreement about what has happened or what should happen. Who said what and who did what? Who’s right, who meant what, and who’s to blame? 2….

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Weekend TEFL Coursebook from i-to-i – May 2011

Weekend TEFL Coursebook from i-to-i – May 2011

Weekend TEFL Coursebook from i-to-i – May 2011 So I did this course around May 2011 and mostly to have a backup plan for my move to Poland. I was doing my regular vairagya / voluntary simplicity / clearing up and came across this lovely book. Screenshots below are for personal use as tenses are very confusing. The course was great and we were given so many resources. The course mates I’ve kept in touch with seem to be on…

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The myth of self-control & Here’s what actually works … thanks Poppy

The myth of self-control & Here’s what actually works … thanks Poppy

“THERE’S A STRONG ASSUMPTION STILL THAT EXERTING SELF-CONTROL IS BENEFICIAL … AND WE’RE SHOWING IN THE LONG TERM, IT’S NOT” Studies have found that trying to teach people to resist temptation either only has short-term gains or can be an outright failure. “We don’t seem to be all that good at [self-control],” Brian Galla, a psychologist at the University of Pittsburgh, says. If we accept that brute willpower doesn’t work, we can feel less bad about ourselves when we succumb to temptation. And…

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The Moneyless Manifesto: Live Well, Live Rich, Live Free by Mark Boyle

The Moneyless Manifesto: Live Well, Live Rich, Live Free by Mark Boyle

The Moneyless Manifesto: Live Well, Live Rich, Live Free by Mark Boyle The Moneyless Man Interview – Living without Money and being off the grid – We have come to believe that we need money, that we depend on it to survive. We believe that money provides for us when it is actually Nature. Even Adam Smith, the father of modern economics, said that “all money is a matter of belief”. – He makes so many potent points and ways…

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Negotiation and Conflict Resolution by Open2Study

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution by Open2Study

The course can be found at https://www.open2study.com/ Each module had 10 videos, 9 quizzes and 1 assessment to be completed in the week of the module. Thanks Bindi for the link. Module 1: Thinking Like a Negotiator 1: When Should We Negotiate? – Negotiation is problem solving between people who are in an interdependent relationship. They depend on each other. – It involves concessions. Giving something up to the other side. Can be material, financial, effort, etc. – Negotiation is…

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