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CourseLab - free e-Learning authoring tool

CourseLab - free e-Learning authoring tool | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
Free powerful e-learning authoring tool...

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Create a Leadership Development Program in 5 Steps - Human Capital Institute | Développement du capital humain, management interculturel et SSPT par Soizic Merdrignac

Create a Leadership Development Program in 5 Steps - Human Capital Institute | Développement du capital humain, management interculturel et SSPT par Soizic Merdrignac | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
Create a Leadership Development Program in 5 Steps - Many people try to define leadership in broad terms, but part o...
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This much I know about…the tricky issue of planning the development of an oustanding school

This much I know about…the tricky issue of planning the development of an oustanding school | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
I have been a Headteacher for over nine years now and, at the age of 48, this much I know about the tricky issue of planning the development of an oustanding school. Sustained, deep improvement of ...
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Future Work Skills 2020

Future Work Skills 2020 | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it

10 skills that  will be vital for success in the workforce:

Transdisciplinarity Virtual collaboration Sense-making Social intelligence Cross-cultural competency Cognitive load management Novel and adaptive thinking Computational thinking New media literacy Design mindset

 


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Secrets from the Science of Persuasion by @RobertCialdini & Steve Martin

Great Animation describing the Universal Principles of Persuasion based on the research of Dr. Robert Cialdini, Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Marketing, Arizona State University.

 

6 shortcuts guiding human behaviour.


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An Inside Look At How Gen Y, Gen X And Baby Boomers View the Workplace

An Inside Look At How Gen Y, Gen X And Baby Boomers View the Workplace | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
Fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace has become a priority for many organizations in the business world today. Why?

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The Hacker Way Meets Career Strategy

The Hacker Way Meets Career Strategy | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
The Hacker Way meets Career Strategy You may be asking what The Hacker Way has to do with career strategy, if not, perhaps you should! Based on the content of Mark Zuckerberg’s letter to investors,...
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......interesting....

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The Problem with Objective Measures of Performance

The Problem with Objective Measures of Performance | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
This is a brief post on the topic of objective performance measurement. We may have invested heavily in our organisations development of performance measurement, including the creation of benchmark...
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Could Reason’s Swiss Cheese Model Explain Organizational and Individual Errors?

Could Reason’s Swiss Cheese Model Explain Organizational and Individual Errors? | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
Human error does not exist in accident causation, all errors are systemic in nature. The above summary comes from my reading of Reason’s (1990, 1997) work presenting what has come to be regarded as...
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LinkedIn inDay Speaker Series with Clayton Christensen On Disruption

LinkedIn inDay Speaker Series with Clayton Christensen On Disruption | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
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Should Organizations Have a Quota for Female Board Members?

Should Organizations Have a Quota for Female Board Members? | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
Update 15/11/2012 The Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) today report that the European Union has proposed a 40% female quota target for the boardroom: http://www.peoplemanagement....
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We Pay For Criticism

We Pay For Criticism | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
It’s mostly free, it’s mostly undesired, it’s mostly never acted on beyond the individual level, yet it is priceless. Yes indeed we are talking about criticism. The ‘mystery...
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Olympics and Organisational Performance:What We Must Learn

Olympics and Organisational Performance:What We Must Learn | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
  Note 10/11/12: It is worth mentioning at the outset of this blog entry that during the time of writing during the Olympics many organizations involved in business and management consulting f...
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Adverse selection: 6 ways employers repel top talent

Adverse selection: 6 ways employers repel top talent | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
“Are some of your best performers leaving?
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Women in Management - Focus on the Pipeline

Women in Management - Focus on the Pipeline | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
Engaging the full potential of female middle managers report by @everywomanUK http://t.co/z2k8igLJ...
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INFOGRAPHIC: Only Half of Firms Make Talent Management Top Priority

INFOGRAPHIC: Only Half of Firms Make Talent Management Top Priority | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
Only half of major organizations regard talent management as a top priority, according to our survey.
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Why Big Data Is Changing Everything

Why Big Data Is Changing Everything | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it

Futurist Juan Enriquez on the mind-blowing changes that Big Data is about to unleash on your life.


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5 Things That Really Smart People Do

5 Things That Really Smart People Do | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it

 

"Don't get in the way of your own learning. Here are five ways to step aside and continue to increase your smarts."

 

Most people don't really think much about how they learn. Generally you assume learning comes naturally. You listen to someone speak either in conversation or in a lecture and you simply absorb what they are saying, right? Not really. In fact, I find as I get older that real learning takes more work. The more I fill my brain with facts, figures, and experience, the less room I have for new ideas and new thoughts. Plus, now I have all sorts of opinions that may refute the ideas being pushed at me. Like many people I consider myself a lifelong learner, but more and more I have to work hard to stay open minded.

 

But the need for learning never ends, so your desire to do so should always outweigh your desire to be right. The world is changing and new ideas pop up everyday; incorporating them into your life will keep you engaged and relevant. The following are the methods I use to stay open and impressionable. They'll work for you too. No matter how old you get.


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About | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
Background The key to this blog resource is benefit. Those benefits are to be derived from participation in the site whether reading and replying to posts, sharing knowledge of the resource, contri...
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The Psychological Contract

The Psychological Contract | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
The psychological contract potentially has a huge impact on workplace relations, but have you surveyed your employees on this important aspect of employer-employee relations? A substantial research...
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Check this out.  Connect on a whole new level.

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The ‘Apprentice’: sugar-coated and highly-palatable, but are the talent management ingredients authentic?

The ‘Apprentice’: sugar-coated and highly-palatable, but are the talent management ingredients authentic? | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
One could argue that the apprentice makes great television, it is always fascinating to watch young hopefuls applying their craft in a competitive environment across a range of  eliminative tasks t...
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Can Formative Assessment Overtake 360 Feedback?

Can Formative Assessment Overtake 360 Feedback? | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
The idea of formative assessment is not new and much has been written about this in educational circles, formative assessment if you did not know, is used mainly in the classroom as a tool to provi...
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A Resource Perspective on the Work – Home Interface: The Work-Home Resources Model

A Resource Perspective on the Work – Home Interface: The Work-Home Resources Model | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
In the October 2012 release of the American Psychologist Brummelhuis and Bakker present a resource perspective on the work-home interface through presentation of the work-home resources model (W-HR...
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What’s Bigger than Apple, Samsung and RIM?

What’s Bigger than Apple, Samsung and RIM? | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
They’re Selling Like Hot Cakes In Q2 of 2012 the shipment of smartphones and tablets has not abated, this is all good in economic terms but is there a bigger overall cost hidden beneath the n...
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Why LinkedIn Is Not A Social Network

Why LinkedIn Is Not A Social Network | Occupational Psychology | Scoop.it
LinkedIn is considered to be the social network of choice for millions of professionals world-wide and to all intensive purposes it is a social network, or so I thought. I was rudely interrupted by...
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