Building Innovation & Creativity from the Results Space Series. Innovation and creativity often feel like qualities a person naturally has or doesn’t have. Research however shows us both can be built in the workplace. Leading business psychologist Dr Rebecca Newton reveals how leaders can foster a culture of innovation and creativity in their teams and organisations through understanding driving forces such as emotional intelligence, cognitive trust, moods, relationships, conflict and space.
Increasing Influence & Persuasion from the Results Space Series. Imagine being more influential and persuasive. Imagine the impact you could have and the doors that would be opened. Leading business psychologist Dr Rebecca Newton outlines what really makes a difference when it comes to professional influence and persuasion. Learn how executives influence their peers successfully and the broad range of tactics they use.
Motivating Others: 7 Principles to inspire greatness. From The Results Space Series. Regardless of position, some of the most influential people in business are those who have the power and ability to motivate others. Leading business psychologist Dr Rebecca Newton offers insights and highlights key research on how to inspire greatness in others. Discover the different forms of motivation, what makes the best people really want to stay and what makes them want to leave.
Why is it some people get promoted so much faster than others? Leading business psychologist Dr Rebecca Newton reveals research supported insights to differentiate you and fast-track you into promotions, financial rewards and career success. Discover which relationships, personal characteristics and professional efforts make a tangible difference when it comes to driving your career forward.
Continual advancement in our professional lives can be a natural occurrence. It comes when we are on track with our personal strategic direction and when we are operating at our highest level of mental fitness. Working hard? Yes. Striving, frustrated, panicking, bored? Definitely not. Here, leading business psychologist Dr Rebecca Newton shares practical tools and research findings to help you achieve more, get your brain operating at its peak and be purposeful about progression in your working life.
Stand out from the crowd, connect with your audience and be more memorable. Presentation Differentiators provides practical tools and techniques proven to dramatically increase your presentation effectiveness. Learn the structure for building and delivering winning presentations, how to keep your audience’s attention and how to manage presentation nerves. Leading business psychologist Dr Rebecca Newton highlights established keys for maximising your professional impact.
Whether established business owners, budding entrepreneurs or corporate professionals, we all benefit from being truly entrepreneurial at work. So what is it that actually defines entrepreneurial success? Here, leading business psychologist Dr Rebecca Newton uncovers truths about who makes it and why.
Imagine knowing what really works at work! In this book Dr Rebecca Newton shares key insights and valuable research to highlight what actually makes a difference when it comes to building the professional life you aspire to. Find out how to get the results you want and maximise your most precious commodity - space to think. Not for the faint-hearted, this book is designed for professionals who want to be intellectually challenged and uncover what the evidence says about success at work. Discover what you can change to see the change you want.
A strong culture is vital for organizational success—as evidenced by the relationship between culture and leadership, employee commitment, customer satisfaction, and innovation. But “strong” doesn’t mean fixed. As the organizational goals and strategy change over time, so too should culture intentionally be changed.
"HR Can't Change Company Culture by Itself" is from hbr.com, published on November 2, 2016.
Your boss supports you and wants the best for you – she hired you after all. Your employees support you, and your clients value you. But what about your peers? Time after time, I’ve encountered successful professionals whose one confidence barrier seems to be their relationship with peers.