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Purpose – This paper aims to review progress to date in the UK on Government strategy to increase the number of women on company boards. It includes discussion on the proposed quota system and the factors that inhibit women's progress despite the acknowledged special qualities they can bring to...
Purpose – This paper aims to propose that a new approach to human resource (HR) audit is needed. It also aims to explain the new approach and introduce a range of tools to support it. Design/methodology/approach – The paper reviews traditional and existing common approaches, identifies the...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to review the extensive and wide‐ranging published literature on the skills needed to get your point across effectively and succeed in the art of persuasion. It provides a structured, evidence‐based framework of learnable interpersonal skills. This...
Purpose – This paper aims to help people in organizations understand why so much of the talk and effort focused on innovation fails to generate real results. Design/methodology/approach – The paper describes the origins of the Synectics® approach to creative problem solving based upon...
Purpose – The paper aims to present a case study of multi award‐winning management team's methods used to profoundly increase staff performance through engagement. Design/methodology/approach – The model covers applied techniques in internal communication; management training; managing...
Purpose – This paper aims to demonstrate how commercially effective business coaching can and should be implemented. Design/methodology/approach – Drawing on both external sources and personal experience both as a coach herself and as the Director of Coaching for a specialist coaching...
Purpose – This study aims to focus on intercultural training for Taiwanese expatriates and assess the gap between intercultural training needs perceived by Taiwanese expatriates and the training provided by their companies. Design/methodology/approach – This study surveyed both Taiwanese...
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