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Situational Leadership 2.0

4 Apr

von: Arne Gillert - Profil | Kategorie: Inspiration
Situational Leadership 2.0

When the concept of situational leadership was first introduced, it had a major contribution in seeing that successful leadership depends on the leader’s ability to adjust his style to the ‘situation’ – in fact, to the one being led. By that, it made the concept...

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A First Impression of SXSW Interactive 2015

19 Mar 15

A First Impression of SXSW Interactive 2015

There’s one conference in the world that combines film, music and interactive technology. That conference is called: South By Southwest (SXSW) . It is the place where trends, ideas, developments and gadgets are being shared. In the last week I visited this conference in Austin,...

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Evaluating while learning: ‘The Review’ at Oxfam Novib

22 Jul 13

Evaluating while learning: ‘The Review’ at Oxfam Novib

Organizations, and in particularly in development cooperation, experience the necessity to evaluate themselves and their functioning on a regular basis. This is often a passive process of being evaluated with not much surprising results and nice reports with a mild follow up. How...

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The behavioural aspects of Learning from Incidents

29 Nov 11

The behavioural aspects of Learning from Incidents

Safety is of prime importance for all industrial organisations. A lot of effort is put into raising safety awareness amongst employees. Often the focus is on procedures. They are put in place with the objective to reduce the execution risk of activities. Over...

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How can we make ‘learning’ as attractive as ‘playing’?

22 Dec 09

How can we make ‘learning’ as attractive as ‘playing’?

It is lunch break, August 2009, somewhere in the countryside. I am attending a conference on Human Resource Development. Sitting in the morning keynote, we can see the university gardens. Some of the University staff have gotten together to play some croquet in their lunch...