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6 secrets that will help you attract top talent

LinkedIn recently conducted a global survey that asked HR professionals to state their biggest recruitment challenge in 2016. The top result? The challenge of finding talen...

Uncover the role of leaders in driving performance in our whitepaper

Over the next three months, we’ll be sharing insights on three key business topics: leadership, well-being and sales performance, designed to get you set for high performan...

Celebrating the life of Thomas Hendrickson, Creator of the Personal Profile Analysis (PPA)

Thomas Myron Hendrickson, creator of the Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) has sadly passed away at his home in Minnesota, USA; survived by wife Marjorie.

People assessment in industry: a bright or debauched future?

People assessment in industry (PAI) hosted a breakfast seminar in association with SIOPSA with the topic of discussion "Psychological assessment at a cross-road”.

Learn more about your people with new Thomas reports: TEIQue

We are committed to making our tools as dynamic and modern as possible for you, so have invested in revamping Thomas reports.

The Thomas change process model

Change is good, so we are told, but it isn’t easy or straightforward for the people going through it or for those managing people going through the process.

The process of change: managing transitions

We all go through transitions in our everyday lives, some easier than others. Sarah Lowes, one of our training experts, shares our checklist for managing transitions.

Anchoring change in corporate culture

Is your workforce 'on the bus', or have you left them behind? Our product development expert, Emmy Cottingham, shares her tips on how to implement change successfully.

What's so scary about conflict at work?

Tough conversations can come at us in any guise. They arise all too easily, yet dealing with them is something that leaves most of us cold at the prospect. But why?