Category Archives: Research

If you could solve one problem in your organisation, what would it be?

If you could solve 1 problem

If you could solve 1 problem

We came across this interesting mini-survey by Steve Simpson creator of UGR’s. So we thought we would run our own survey with just the one questions:

If you could solve one problem in your organisation, what would it be?

Click the link to answer the one question and we will give you feedback in a future blog post.

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The evaluation of a development program directed at the trait emotional intelligence of employees

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

The global corporate setting changes swiftly as a result of technological, economic and political developments. Due to these phenomena it has been noted that staff members in general experience a great increase in emotional strain, leaving a need for an effective program focused on enhancing employees’ ability to deal with such stressors via an increase in their trait emotional intelligence.

The following abstract and thesis was written by Sigi Lange, Managing Consultant at Capacity Trust.

This research forms the basis of the EQ development programme we offer as a training workshop to organisations.

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Predictors of employee engagement in selected organisations in the Windhoek area in Namibia

Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement

The academic study of engagement has its roots in studies of happiness and of burnout. Happiness consists of three distinct dimensions, namely, pleasure, meaning and engagement. The dimension of engagement is highly relevant to a working environment. The positive outcomes that have been linked to engagement have driven much of the research in this field.

Living in an increasingly competitive world where performance and competitive advantage guide the thinking patterns it has become important to investigate this concept in a local setting in order to determine its roots, its predictors and the underlying processes that influence and determine engagement.

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