Monthly Archives: April 2010

The power of silence

How to use silence as a negotiation tool, with two real world examples. Continue reading

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At last! Permission to take a nap at work.

Thank you so much, Scientific American, for the recently published research which says that if we need to absorb new information during the afternoon, we should take a nap first.  It’s the excuse we’ve all been waiting for! Apparently the … Continue reading

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5 ingredients for a post-recession Winner

Michael Brown suggests the 5 ingredients which will give organisations the ability to outperform as we come out of recession. It is only his view, and he welcomes the debate! Continue reading

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