Dec 08 2017
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Just as a thermostat is a control system is designed to keep an environment at an even temperature, or when we drive a car and constantly make corrections to keep our vehicle on the road, we are always controlling our entire biological and cognitive system to get what we want.
Humans are an Internal Control System
Oct 31 2017
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Some people struggle with the reality that we are internally controlled. They notice that they are influenced by other people and events. They are aware that they sometimes do what they don't really want to do. They feel that the behaviour of other people is 'causing' their unhappiness.
How Minds Really Work
Oct 30 2017
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One of the world's most enduring and misleading myths is that we can, and should, control other people; and that other people or events can control us.
The Myth of External Control
Jun 06 2017
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This year's William Glasser Institute (Australia) Conference offers an unrepeatable opportunity to hear and converse with two exceptional International presenters.
Great Conference Opportunity
Apr 05 2017
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If the energy that your staff invests in your business is a crucial element of business success, does it not make sense to lead and manage them in a way that will encourage them to energetically engage with the success of the organisation?
The Energy Factor
Feb 27 2017
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Feb 27 2017
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Aug 30 2016
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All the brain can know if knows from inside itself. As leaders however, we can encourage our staff to take the risk that learning and change involves by creating the conditions for learning.
Inside Professional Learning
Jul 19 2016
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When leaders try to do the thinking for teachers, there is no possibility that what emerges from the superficial learning that results can survive in the complex adaptive system that is the classroom.
Classroom as a Complex Adaptive System
Jun 15 2016
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Knowledge workers have high degrees of expertise, education, or experience, and the primary purpose of their jobs involves the creation, distribution or application of their knowledge.
Sep 29 2015
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Great teamwork is seen as the key to unlocking higher levels of creativity - and a more committed performance - from a group of people who work together in pursuit of a common goal.
Building a High Performance Team
Sep 04 2015
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The MBTI provides insights into patterns of behaviour that we tend otherwise not to notice. Rob conducts Myers Briggs Type Indicator Training Sydney.
Team Effectiveness and the MBTI
May 13 2015
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Every writer about leadership development makes some assumptions about people: However, these assumptions are often not declared, and the result is often considerable confusion about the management of people.
The Psychological Keystone of Your Leadership
Mar 05 2015
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There are two connected dimensions of self-leadership: 1. Self-awareness or self-knowledge
2. Personal mastery. Rob Stones writes on his research on these topics.
Jan 27 2015
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