Let's throw up some startling statistics.
Preferred format for learning in the Henley Business School 2016 Survey
The Henley Business School Corporate Learning Survey in 2016 shows that:
Why is it, that with our very best intentions, we still find it difficult to make changes that we know would be good for us? It seems that it’s down to our inner elephant.
I’ve borrowed the analogy used by University of Virginia psychologist Jonathan Haidt in his wonderful book The Happiness Hypothesis. Haidt says that our emotional side is an Elephant and our rational side is its Rider. Perched atop the Elephant,...
He Who Is Not Courageous Enough Will Accomplish Nothing in Life. Muhammed Ali
The AdvantEDGE development process or framework evolved from my doctoral research into the best way to develop managerial and leadership competence.
And we can plot these four stages on a simple 2 x 2 matrix
The vertical axis is our competence in something, and the horizontal axis is our consciousness of being able to that thing.
Essentially, it’s about how well we know how we do...
One of biggest issues I hear from programme participants is that they are simply too busy to take time out of their schedule to develop themselves.
They get frustrated because they want to get better at some aspect of their leadership capabilities, or their management skills so that they can SAVE the time they currently don't have because they don't have enough time to get better and practice.
Their daily work lives are filled with meetings, travel, rushing from one meeting no another,...
That was way back when I was working alongside some of the brightest and best in developing online learning tech at the Henley Management College (now the Henley Business School).
But my own students were using it. Over in Singapore where I was running the Asia Pacific arm for the Henley MBA programme. We were using the exact same platform with the exact same content. But there was a big difference.
We were running at 87% of...
We're even going to learn some lessons from the President of the United States and just how he won the election.
Jeff sat on a bar stool at the front of the room. He had no slides, no props, just sat and talked. Within minutes, he had everybody in the room on the edge of their seats eagerly nodding and ready to follow him wherever he went.
None of us in the room had met Jeff before. In fact, none of us...