Tag Archives: Conformity

The Social Consequence of Exclusion #2

Excuse first: some days it’s hard to write, it’s just too busy. I’ve delivered a full day workshop, then travelled into the evening to prepare for another full day tomorrow. But #WorkingOutLoud is not about sharing excuses, it’s about sharing … Continue reading

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Learning the rules: how we learn about coffee and conformity.

At the table next to me, there is a young mother sat drinking her coffee. Her daughter, probably about three years old, is sat with her colouring book and her ‘babychino‘. The babychino is something of a new phenomenon to … Continue reading

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Who says i’m incompetent? Questioning the relevance of performance review in an interconnected age

Businesses face a challenge of determining what makes a person ‘competent’ in role. They often do this through a process of Performance Review. Very much in vogue are competency frameworks, a reductionist approach that effectively produces a series of measures … Continue reading

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