Monthly Archives: February 2016


A New Approach to Assessing Talent

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Feb 2016

A New Approach to Assessing Talent

Most organisations have an appraisal scheme or some form of performance management process but with their focus on past performance and development needs, do they effectively assess talent? The Talent Wheel provides a new, simple but effective way of carrying out this crucial task. Unlike hierarchical systems or the nine-box grid, this approach allows a much greater range of segmentation and being a wheel avoids...

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Essential Elements for Whole Organisation Change

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Feb 2016

Essential Elements for Whole Organisation Change

Changing one element in isolation rarely produces any significant improvement to overall performance. Achieving whole organisation change requires a holistic approach involving all the essential elements. It requires careful planning, the involvement of all staff, and does not occur overnight! The six essential elements for whole organisation change are: Creative culture A creative culture is one where everyone, irrespective of their employment status, is treated...

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Embedded Performance Culture

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Feb 2016

Embedded Performance Culture

The last few years have seen an enormous drive to achieve higher performance and increasingly engaged staff. New and sometimes controversial performance management systems have been introduced and often quickly abolished, but all seem to miss the point. The secret to achieving higher performance and highly engaged staff is developing an embedded performance culture. So what are the essential characteristics of an embedded performance culture?...

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