Apr 23, 2018 | Books & Articles

Lyons, Wendy. Pulling Together. Quality World, January 2010. Available here.

Woodruffe, Charles. Diversity of Talent. Training Journal, October 2009. Available here.

Woodruffe, Charles. Updating Generations Y and Z. Training Journal, July 2009. Please click here for the article on Generation Y and here to read more about Generation Z.

Woodruffe, Charles. Focus of Survival. People Management, October 2008. Please click here.

Lyons, Wendy. The Psychological Benefits of Flexible Working, InsideOut Magazine, December 2009. Available here.

Woodruffe, Charles. A Business Benefit? Making Assessment Centres Strategic. Training Journal, November 2008. Available here.
Woodruffe, Charles. Talent Contest. Quality World.
Woodruffe, Charles. From ‘Whatever’ to ‘My pleasure’: how can employers increase engagement? CIPD – Change agenda – Reflections on employee engagement, 2006. Available here.
Woodruffe, Charles. Employee engagement: The real secret of winning a crucial edge over your rivals. Please click here for access to the article via

Lyons, Wendy. Special Feature: Making ability testing work for you. Care & Health, 27 January 2006. Available here.

Woodruffe, Charles. A Long Engagement, Health Management, Winter 2005. Availablehere.
Woodruffe, Charles. Could do better: must do better. City HR Review, October 2005. Available here.

Woodruffe, Charles. New assessment service launched for professional services firms. European CEO, Autumn 2005, pp 130

Woodruffe, Charles. Employee engagement. Business Executive, Winter 2005, pp 6-7

Woodruffe, Charles. They’ve got a job! What more could they want? Management Focus, Autumn 2005, pp 24-26

Woodruffe, Charles. Employee engagement: The real secret of winning a crucial edge over your rivals. Management Focus, September/October 2005, pp 2-3

Woodruffe, Charles. Centres of attention.  IRS Employment Review, January 2005, pp 42-28

Woodruffe, Charles.  Emotion and the trainer. Training Journal, April 2004, pp 20-23
Woodruffe, Charles.  To have and to hold: getting your organisation onto talented people’s CVs.  Training Journal, May 2003

Woodruffe, Charles. The talent war in hindsight: just part of the bubble economy? Training Journal, March 2003.

Woodruffe, Charles. Intelligence Test. People Management, 16 May 2002, pp 36-37.

Woodruffe, Charles. Becoming an employer of choice: The new HR imperative. Training Journal, July 2001, pp 9-13

Woodruffe, Charles. Promotional Intelligence. People Management, 11 January 2001, pp. 26-29

Woodruffe, Charles. Emotional intelligence: Time for a time-out. Selection and Development Review, August 2000, Vol 16 No 4, pp 3-9.

Woodruffe, Charles. Employability: A strategic role for training. Training Journal, February 2000, pp 22- 25.

Woodruffe, Charles. Going back a generation. People Management, 20 February 1997. Pps 32 – 34.

Woodruffe, Charles. Digging yourself out of a hole. Conspectus, January 1997.

Woodruffe, Charles. The complete code cutter. Conspectus ,January 1996.

Woodruffe, Charles. To have a career or not? Training Officer, vol. 32 no. 9, 1996.

Wylie, Robert and Woodruffe, Charles. Taking stock: Some lessons from consulting in a large divisionalised company. Competency, vol. 2 no 2, Winter 1994/95.

Woodruffe, Charles and Wylie, Robert. Going the whole hog: The design of development centres at  NatWest. Competency, Vol 2 No 1, Autumn 1994.

Woodruffe, Charles. Chapter 2 in Boam, R. & Sparrow, P. (Eds.) Designing and achieving competency, McGraw-Hill, 1992.

Woodruffe, Charles. Competent by any other name’. Personnel Management, September 1991.

Woodruffe, Charles. Consensual validation of personality traits: Additional evidence and individual differences. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, May 1985, Vol 48 No 5, pp 1240-1252.

Woodruffe, Charles. The consistency of presented personality: Additional evidence from aggregation. Journal of Personality, December 1984, Vol 52 No 4, pp 307-317.

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