There’s a crisis in the world of innovation. Most people cannot explain what innovation is, let alone how to go about it.
Do we change? Can we change? Why do we change? These are just some of the questions people raise when talking about personality.
We’ve found that the statistical techniques that have been employed in psychometrics over the last 30 years can unwittingly introduce biases if we’re not careful. Learn more about what needs to improve in psychometrics.
There are many views on the use of psychometrics in recruitment, ranging from dangerous and reductive to the best thing since sliced bread. So what makes an effective selection psychometric?
Dr Stewart Desson discusses what makes Lumina Spark different amongst other personality tools in this recent interview with household Korean media outlet, Maeil Business Times.
The COVID-19 crisis has changed the context in which we live and work. The big question is – has this fundamentally changed who we are?
What can you do when conflict is simply unavoidable? Missing a deadline and having to face a manager, for example. Or disagreeing on a mission critical detail of a key project. It might be that person who fills the office with the smell of tuna every lunchtime.
Workplace bullying persists throughout the world, damaging productivity, profit, and our real bottom line – people. We’ve been undertaking some research with our clients.
Your teams need conflict to succeed – the key is how leaders handle it. It’s actually a component of—and integral to—effective organisational development and the success of a healthy team.
Everyone’s personalities are unique and therefore we all have different and ways of working. Sometimes those differences can cause friction and misunderstandings. They can impact the bottom line.