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Talents, alone, would go nowhere!

2021 July 27 | by Arduino Mancini Training and development

It seems that even in Europe we are starting to challenge the conviction that the success of companies depends on a few people, the so-called talents. The thinking has started with American companies, many of which are asking themselves: Does it make sense to entrust the competitiveness of the company to just part of the […]

Here is a test to assess your knowledge of a specific topic

Do you really know what you think you know?

2021 July 06 | by Arduino Mancini Effective thinking - Training and development

Today I want to talk to you about a test that might be useful in assessing your knowledge on a specific matter. It is a short test that I learned to take on two important occasions: whenever I am about to face a task that is new to me, at least partially; when I want […]

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Do you know why a not so competent person is often arrogant?

2021 June 29 | by Arduino Mancini Heuristics and biases - Training and development

I often came across not so prepared people who combine lack of competence with a good deal of overconfidence. One day I asked myself: What prompts an incompetent person to adopt an attitude that edges on arrogance? Is there a connection between ignorance and overconfidence? These questions remained unanswered until I learned about the Dunning-Kruger […]

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What is more important, being talented or well prepared?

2021 May 31 | by Arduino Mancini Motivation and needs - Training and development

There is a widespread perception that highly talented people may not work hard to get results; or even not work at all. Is this true? Is it always true? Now let me tell you something that, at least partially, surprised me. In the early 1990s, psychologist K. Andeers Ericsson and two colleagues completed a research […]