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How to use The Oxford Review
These are they myriad ways our members use the research briefings they get every week. Here are some ideas of how to use The Oxford Review:
4. Leadership and Management Development
5. Blogs, Vlogs and Marketing
6. Keeping in touch with existing and ex-clients
7. Business Development
8. Keeping your staff up-to-date
9. Training sessions and workshops
Organisational and Culture Change
Learning and Development
Projects and Project Management
As an Educator or Lecturer
As a Human Resources and Human Capital Professional
As a Consultant
*Myths our members know aren’t true
- With the exception of size there is no significant difference between male and female brains. They contain the same number of neutrons (brain cells) as each other.
- That the right and left hemispheres of the brain do not control different aspects of our personality like logic or creativity.
- That 70% or even the majority of change events do not fail.
- Unlearning is not a ‘thing’. You do not unlearn things before you learn something new and it has absolutely no scientific or evidential research basis in either neuroscience, psychology or organisational development.
- That coaching can and does have negative side-effects.
- That there are actually no measurable generational differences (Gen X, Y Millennials etc) that have an impact in the workplace.
- That a transformational leadership style does not have best outcomes both for the organisation and it’s people. (Servant leadership actually has the best measurable and most consistent outcomes).
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