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Verity Creedy

Verity Creedy is DDI Sales Team Leader, UK & Germany. Verity has been working at DDI for nearly 10 years including a 3-year expat assignment at our headquarters in Pittsburgh, USA. Verity has experience of business development, HR consulting and solution marketing, working with companies from a variety of industries. Verity has particular interest in the connection between effective talent management and business results. She was co-author of the 2009 “Pulse of the Workforce” study, and the 2011 social media exploration article “If Everyone Else is Doing It, Should We Do it too?”

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Companies will thrive or die based on their ability to execute digital developments. But what will this mean for their leaders?
Posted: 1/24/2017 by Verity Creedy
Learn the three conditions that we as leaders should be setting for our teams to create and execute innovative change.
Posted: 11/18/2016 by Verity Creedy
Consistency of good leadership is essential to secure the loyalty of those around you at work and on the world stage.
Posted: 6/27/2016 by Verity Creedy
True, giving feedback takes a certain amount of courage but, like any other skill, it really requires practice.
Posted: 2/10/2016 by Verity Creedy
Robotisation is going to demand a lot of change from businesses, not just structurally but emotionally.
Posted: 10/6/2015 by Verity Creedy
Discover just how amazing effective leadership can look—and taste!
Posted: 5/6/2015 by Verity Creedy
Give them what they want? Read how the younger generations would prefer to communicate and develop in the workplace.
Posted: 6/28/2011 by Verity Creedy
The multigenerational workforce series will share fresh research from DDI, which has examined the perspectives of those born between 1922 and 2000 on four distinctive workplace topics: career direction, motivation, communication, and leadership.
Posted: 6/1/2011 by Verity Creedy
The supposed "slacker" generations aren't lacking in work ethic; they just want the nine-to-five, in-office restrictions relaxed.
Posted: 5/25/2011 by Verity Creedy
The younger workforce yearns for career progression and supportive development—points of contention for their more experienced leaders.
Posted: 5/23/2011 by Verity Creedy
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