John Kenworthy

John Kenworthy
Leadership AdvantEdge

Doctor of Business Administration

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Introduction
I help people unlock their talent, unstuck their potential and unleash their own (and their team's) performance through neuroscience based coaching and mentoring. Most whip smart independent contributors, technical specialists and managers get frustrated trying to be heard and understood by their business leaders and they lack enough time and inclination to develop the skills they need to move into management and leadership positions. Proven systems. A personal coach and mentor.
Additional affiliations
June 2010 - December 2011
CELSIM
Position
  • Cognitive Bias - do they hinder or help development?
Description
  • Training and Development
Position
  • Leadership Team Leadership Negotiations Communications
Education
September 2001 - September 2005
University of Reading
Field of study
  • Management Learning
October 1997 - June 1999
The Open University (UK)
Field of study
  • Technology Management

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Publications (6)
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The terms competence and competency are diffuse terms used liberally in organizations and in academic literature. Although the concept is welldeveloped, it seems that there is little agreement on what is meant by the terms and even less agreement on how they affect performance.
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This paper began in an attempt to answer why simulations are not yet the “killer application” for education and training that some have been suggesting it will be (by now) and why the market in terms of dollars and users is still such a small amount compared to the whole education and training industry. Estimates of actual usage are particularly di...
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BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT This research evaluates the effectiveness of using a management simulation, a management game or case studies within a strategic management training programme. The literature suggests that there is anecdotal evidence that both simulations and games surpass the use of case studies, but there is much criticism of the lack of ro...

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