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Real Learning, for a Change! · 4W ago

Why should anyone be managed by you?

There are plenty of highly competent managers on the planet, and you are no doubt one of them. You manage people because you’re good at it, and you got to where you are by showing the approp...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 1M ago

How not to build a dream team

Google knows quite a bit about us.  It probably has as much data on our individual preferences and online behaviours as any other organisation on the planet.  It also spends much of its time...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 1M ago

How not to build a dream team

Google knows quite a bit about us.  It probably has as much data on our individual preferences and online behaviours as any other organisation on the planet.  It also spends much of its time...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 2M ago

“Keep buggering on!” (Churchill): why that could be a bad idea.

One of Churchill’s most famous maxims was a phrase he allegedly used at the start of each day, and at the end of phone conversations: “Keep buggering on!” – KBO. (His pool of female typists ...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 1M ago

"Keep buggering on!" (Churchill): why that could be a bad idea.

One of Churchill’s most famous maxims was a phrase he allegedly used at the start of each day, and at the end of phone conversations: “Keep buggering on!” – KBO. (His pool of female typists ...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 2M ago

The slippery path to who knows what?

Last week I bumped into some stark evidence of something potentially very worrying.   If what I saw was, as I suspect, symptomatic of what is going on in the workplace, we really are heading...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 1M ago

The slippery path to who knows what?

Last week I bumped into some stark evidence of something potentially very worrying.   If what I saw was, as I suspect, symptomatic of what is going on in the workplace, we really are heading...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 1M ago

Do you suffer from "Sundayitis"?

I used to dread Sunday evenings even more than Monday mornings.  On Sunday from about 4pm onwards I used to get a tight feeling in my stomach, thinking about what the coming week was going t...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 3M ago

Do you suffer from “Sundayitis”?

I used to dread Sunday evenings even more than Monday mornings.  On Sunday from about 4pm onwards I used to get a tight feeling in my stomach, thinking about what the coming week was going t...
Real Learning, for a Change! · 1M ago

She suggests a minimum of one hour of sustained gaze (Right! Errata, 1 min?)

I am reblogging an article from David Kanigan’s excellent Live and Learn because it stirred my soul. It’s the first time I have reblogged like this, so hope it works ok. It got me thinking a...