Month: October 2017

Oct 16, 2017

Developing Employee Resilience Through Organizational Initiatives

In the early hours of September 4, 2010, I was abruptly awakened by a deafening roar and violent jolts that lasted almost a minute. This 7.1-magnitude earthquake was the first of more than eleven thousand seismic events that shook the Canterbury region in New Zealand to its core over the next two years. These left an indelible mark on the community, from substantial infrastructure damage to disrupted businesses and services. The Canterbury earthquakes posed a major resilience test for the region’s infrastructure and people, the latter evident in reports of significant declines in mental health and well-being.


Oct 6, 2017

The Myth of Deliberate Practice Part 2. Does 10,000 Hours Really Make Me A Master?

Does deliberate practice always lead to enhanced effectiveness and performance? In Part 2 of this blog we continue the discussion.