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What is the Criteria for Assessing Ambidextrous Leadership?

The OR Podcast

In this podcast David talks with Jan Laser who is a HR Business Partner in an Organisation in Hamburg, Germany. Jan publishes academic papers whilst not being employed as an academic. In this podcast, Jan and David talk about publishing papers as a non-academic independant researcher and about his latest paper ‘Criteria to appraise top […]

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How New Leaders Emerge and Form Their Identity

Emerging leaders

In order to grow and maintain their performance organisations need to produce new leaders on a fairly consistent basis. As less experienced team members step into key roles and form their identities as leaders, they are essentially going through a process of self-discovery. Leadership identity develops as individuals step into the leadership role, and that […]

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A Roadmap for Facilitating Successful Digital Transformation

Organisational Success Podcast

Anything that gives an organisation the advantage when it comes to digital transformation id to be welcomes. In this, the last episode in the digital transformation series of podcasts, David and Melanie unpack some recent research looking at what the evidence says about successful digital transformation. Listen to “A Roadmap for Facilitating Successful Digital Transformation […]

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A New Study On Passion And Emotion Regulation Strategies On Well-Being And Ill-Being

passion and emotion regulation strategies

Training employees in the use of healthy emotion regulation strategies like cognitive reappraisal and promoting harmonious passions can have a significant positive impact on their mental health and reduce ill-being symptoms like depression that impact overall job performance. How we as employees feel (level of mental health, feelings of passion and interest, for example) impacts […]

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How Design Thinking and Resilience impact Organisational Transformations

Organisational Success Podcast

Anything that gives an organisation the edge during a transformation, particularly a digital transformation is to be welcomed. In this podcast Melanie Marshall and David look at some recent research about the links between design thinking, organisational resilience and transformation.  Podcast Subscribe to The Oxford Review Podcast in your favorite app Subscribe on iTunes Player […]

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How to Increase Employee Retention. The Role of Job Satisfaction and what Increases it

Organisational Success Podcast

Keeping good staff is becoming increasingly critical for many organisations. Working out what factors help with employee retention is important. One of those factors is job satisfaction. But what helps to increase job satisfaction? In this interview, David talks with Michelle Drake who has recently completed a study which will be of interest to many […]

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Dark Triad Executive and Business Coaches – A New Study

Coach-Dark-Triad-Traits

Coach Dark Triad Traits may be a neglected area of attention. What happens when the coach has dark triad traits? In a new study, Professor Adrian Furnham, of University College London has explored the area of coach dark triad traits and what impact they might have on coachees. Executive Coaching Executive coaching is a popular […]

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White Lies in Performance Reviews – do they matter?

Performance reviews are a common feature of organisational life. But we live in a society that values being polite and kind to others. As a result, when managers give their employees’ performance feedback, they often struggle to give negative critiques. Some leaders and managers often choose to soften criticism by telling white lies to avoid […]

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A New Study on the Complex Nature of Microaggressions

Nature of microaggressions

The Nature of microagressions tend to be misunderstood. Even though the concept of microaggressions has been circulating in psychiatry for 4 decades, the term has only recently become popular in mainstream organisational and societal consciousness. Originally, the idea of microaggressions was used to describe the veiled hostility and disdain shown to African Americans by racist […]

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