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The Future of HR, talent management and L&D

People are our most important asset. This sentence is a standard inclusion in almost every corporate annual statement. Many companies say this, but don’t deliver on both the promise and potential inherent in their people. The HR team are often
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Learning life through the games we play

My son recently asked me about some shares that we have bought as an investment for him and his sister. He asked me why we had bought shares and not just put the money in a bank account. I explained
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On Leadership: Disruption – Friendly Fire that doesn’t have to kill you

Friendly fire in a military context is often associated with tragic fatalities. However, it can also serve as welcome reinforcements, shift the momentum and win the battle. Disruption is ‘friendly fire’ and will either be the thing that kills you
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A definition of leadership: ‘getting people done through work’

This past week I attended a lecture by leadership expert, Etsko Schuitema. Etsko is the founder of the “Care and Growth” leadership approach. He asked a room full of people to list the characteristics of the leader that we would
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Tiny habits to integrate a new generation into the workplace

BJ Fogg has developed a behavior change model that is a useful point of reference to help organizations make the changes required to be effective employers of choice for generation Y and generation Z. The equation B= MAT summarizes the
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The Future of Retail – are you adapting?

What the team at TomorrowToday are seeing is that one direction where retailers are moving to be successful in the new world of work is to be ensuring that they are creating a retail experience that can’t be had online. Download our free
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The question every CEO needs to ask HR

There is the well-worn clique that, ‘culture eats strategy for breakfast every day’ but the reality is, it is spot-on. Organisational culture matters. It is within your culture – the way ‘we do things around here’, that your organisational DNA
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[Video] Digital natives of 1989 entering the world of work

Technology is obviously a huge driver of change in our world. In addition to the raw computing power it is also the people that need to be factored in. A group of people called the ‘Digital Natives’ are now entering
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What will the future of work look like?

In the future the workforce will be more connected, workers will be virtual, mobile and temporary, they will be global, multi-generational and diverse – older and younger, different sexes, cultures and beliefs working side by side. We know this, it
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When Everything Changes: Succeeding in disruptive times 

The world is always changing – it always has been. But every now and again there are moments in history where all the forces of change seem to combine together to produce an era-defining shift. That’s what we study when
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Digital native graduates – managing the next generation

How are you managing your new graduates? It is very easy to fall into the trap of doing things the same way –  doing what has always been done. The reality of today’s modern digital native graduates however, is that
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Change: The Marching Tune for Leaders

In TIDES of Change TomorrowToday identifies five major disruptive change drivers shaping the new world of work. Understanding change is important if we are to engage with both the threats and opportunities that change invites. A brief synopsis of the
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