July 14th 2014

Progress – Issue 2: Repressed Narcissism and The Values of High-performing Teams

Within this second edition of our e-magazine - Progress - Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Professor of Business Psychology at University College London discusses repressed narcissism and the values of high-performing teams.

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These post-meeting review notes summarise the member forum held on 17 March 2017, where we looked at the issues surrounding equal pay and the recent developments in legislation.

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May 3rd 2016

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May 8th 2017

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June 8th 2016

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Mercer has recently completed a deep dive into sales incentive practices across Europe, seeking to identify the unique practices that set high performing organisations apart. The study covered 80 organisation in 20 European markets.

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June 30th 2017

Incentives - What is their role in improving performance?

Where does the debate about the rights and wrongs of incentive structures stand now, and do we really understand what works and why – or why not? And where are we heading?

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December 5th 2017

2018 PARC Programme

Our 2018 PARC Programme sets out the topics we will be discussing in the coming year, all of which are relevant to the wider business agendas of members and the continuing success of their organisations.

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