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You cannot hide your behaviour on Twitter

By Wendy Kier, ABP Conference Speaker 2013 It’s very easy to identify on Twitter how effective an account is being managed. How we feel and our level of training is reflected in our behaviour through the patterns of our Tweets…

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Slowing Down is the New Speeding Up

By Tom Evans, ABP Conference Speaker 2013 Over the last decade or so, something insidious has sneaked into our lives and that is the notion that the world has gone 24x7. With 24 hour news and the ubiquity of the…

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The role of Positive Action in the NHS

Event report, London Group On the 18th June the London Group heard from Chartered Occupational Psychologist Harpal Dhatt and Human Resource Management Researcher Dr. Maddy Wyatt about the impact of using positive action interventions on enhancing the career and leadership potential…

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Book Review: Antifragile by Nassim Taleb

In The Black Swan, Nassim Nicholas Taleb wrote on the highly improbable and unpredictable events that underlie almost everything about our world. In Antifragile, he writes a series of essays which convey his belief that uncer­tainty is desirable, even necessary. Taleb uses the…

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Birkbeck Business Week, 24th-27th June 2013

Next week, the Business School at Birkbeck College are running a free series of lectures and events at the Bloomsbury campus, including academic and business speakers. The theme is sustainable working life and well-being and speakers including Willie Walsh, Chief…

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Conference News: Speaker Programme Update

By Maria Gardner, Conference Dean This year’s Annual Conference is being held Thursday 3rd to Saturday 5th October in the beautiful new venue of Wokefield Park, Reading. With a new date, a new venue, and a very strong business-focused theme,…

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From not-working to networking. Part 2

...Building confidence for building connections   Event report, North West Group On Monday 15th April the North West ABP group heard from two great speakers who had a very different approach to networking.  Sean Heneghan and Angie Ingman, both Occupational…

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