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  • Nicos Paschali 12:37 pm on June 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Setting Goals? 

    Did you know that staying on track with goals is just as much about the process of goal setting (doing so in the right way) as it is about the process of achieving them?

  • Nicos Paschali 5:31 am on June 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Is critical thinking useful in business? 

    Critical thinking involves rigorously and skillfully using information, experience, observation, and reasoning to guide your decisions, actions and beliefs. You’ll need to be open minded to explore alternative possibilities, have a desire to stay informed and accurate, and manage your emotions so that they don’t interfere with your decisions or actions. There are 14 practical skill areas that you can add to this mindset to ensure that you demonstrate a high level of critical thinking.

  • Nicos Paschali 5:29 am on June 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Holistic Training Solutions! 

    Training solutions only respond to a small percentage of performance problems. Performance analysis and a broader performance consulting methodology can shape more holistic solutions that genuinely enable and improve performance. This will also help the HR,L&D and OD function build credibility, by aligning their work and helping them have the right conversations, solve the right problems and deliver real impact to their stakeholders and organisations. #NPx. What do you think? 

  • Nicos Paschali 5:28 am on June 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply  


    Self-doubt can be crippling for many of us. It can make us feel powerless and weak, and it’s often worse just when we need to be strong and assertive. When the pressure is on, anxiety can reinforce our negative beliefs. We convince ourselves we won’t succeed, so we’re less likely to do so. If we can access our own personal power, we can find the strength and confidence to overcome these obstacles and begin to take control of our lives. #NPx.

  • Nicos Paschali 3:57 am on June 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    How to Take the Pressure Off Your Team? 

    What do you do when the pressure to deliver results causes pain to the people you manage? You need to help your team to cope with a punishing workload. Otherwise, it will lead to stress, illness and people leaving. Think about it.

  • Nicos Paschali 7:22 pm on June 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Mental Preferences and Thinking Patterns! 

    The closer the alignment between an individual’s mental preference and the mental requirements of the job, the more likely it is that the individual will achieve job success and satisfaction.

  • Nicos Paschali 7:16 pm on June 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Evaluate Arguments. 

    The art of evaluating arguments entails analyzing information objectively and accurately, questioning the quality of supporting evidence, and understanding how emotion influences the situation. Common barriers include confirmation bias, or allowing emotions-yours or others-to get in the way of objective evaluation. People may quickly come to a conclusion simply to avoid conflict. Being able to remain objective and sort through the validity of different positions helps people draw more accurate conclusions.

  • Nicos Paschali 7:15 pm on June 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Recognise Assumptions. 

    This is the ability to separate fact from opinion. It is deceptively easy to listen to a comment or presentation and assume the information presented is true even though no evidence was given to back it up. Noticing and questioning assumptions helps to reveal information gaps or unfounded logic. Taking it a step further, when we examine assumptions through the eyes of different people (e.g., the viewpoint of different stakeholders), the end result is a richer perspective on a topic.

  • Nicos Paschali 7:14 pm on June 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Draw Conclusions. 

    People who possess this skill are able to bring diverse information together to arrive at conclusions that logically follow from the available evidence, and they do not inappropriately generalize beyond the evidence. Furthermore, they will change their position when the evidence warrants doing so. They are often characterized as having “good judgment” because they typically arrive at a quality decision.

  • Nicos Paschali 1:47 pm on June 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Remember Names to Build Better Professional Relationships 

    When was the last time you forgot an acquaintance or business contacts names? How do you feel when someone forgets your name? How awkward for everyone!

    We all know that a person’s name is to that person, the sweetest, most important sound in any language. Remembering names is essential in forming and strengthening and establishing rapport with individuals. #NPx.

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