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Last month’s research briefings
As well as podcasts, infographics, video research briefings, a copy of the monthly review, last month we sent out the following research briefings, based on just published* research to members:
- What is followership and how does it work?
- Do personality tests predict workplace deviance?
- Emotion regulation abilities predict work engagement and attitudes towards work
- Entrepreneurs: the link between learning and being alert to opportunities
- How evidence-based are organisational policies?
- Management by Projects and Social Project Culture for business sustainability
- Online learning habits
- The impact of counter-knowledge on organisations
- The power of silence in organisations
- The problem with adopting evidence-based practice
- What happens when you get a proactive newcomer into the team?
- Why some people in organisations act fairly and others not so
- The difficulties in emotion regulation scale (DERS)
- Neuromyths – How and why knowledge doesn’t change beliefs
- Mental toughness – what it is, and which personality instruments show it
- State space grids: A method of working out team and group dynamics
- The problem with our ideas of culture change: Three organisational and team culture myths
- Absorptive Capacity Scale
- A Special Report on Action Learning
As well as the monthly synopsis as a PDF, Video and members only podcast.
* Our briefings are based on studies published in the last 3 months so our members are the most up-to-date, knowledgeable and evidence-based practitioners and consultants in the room.
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