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December 17, 2018

A new way to set New Year resolutions

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This is the last tip of the year, so Happy Christmas and have a great 2019! Somehow the turning of a calendar page prompts us to look back and to look forward. I was thinking about this and then saw this quote from Simon Sinek... "It's dangerous to perceive the world through only one

December 10, 2018

The sunk cost fallacy

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As the New Year approaches, we tend to look forward and think about what has been and how we want things to be different.The more time, money, effort or love we have invested in something, the less we are inclined to let it go, even when the evidence is that it is a lost cause.The

December 5, 2018

Book review: Learning Transfer at Work by Janet North

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Last week, Training Journal Editor Jon Kennard gave his blog over to Janet North to review Paul Matthews' latest book 'Learning Transfer at Work: How to Ensure Training >> Performance': Janet writes "The primary purpose of training should be improved employee performance. Can any of us disagree with this statement? However, many training interventions

December 3, 2018

Getting people to do the right thing

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We want people around us to do the right things the right way. And by 'right', we mean according to a set of values we prefer and espouse. So how do you encourage people to behave in accordance with the values you want? Stories are a great way to transmit and aid understanding of