Paolo Moscuzza

The Cyborgs are Coming:  Fight, Ignore or Learn from Them?

The Cyborgs are Coming: Fight, Ignore or Learn from Them?

Cyber anthropology poses some interesting questions about how the new ‘digital generations’ will influence organisational culture as they enter the workforce. How can organisations.. Read More →
VIDEO: Coaching Disruptive Talent to deliver innovation

VIDEO: Coaching Disruptive Talent to deliver innovation

In this short video, Paolo Moscuzza explains how coaching can help preserve the strengths that Disruptive Talent brings to an organisation whilst managing the inevitable challenges.  Every.. Read More →
VIDEO: Understanding how life patterns drive behaviour

VIDEO: Understanding how life patterns drive behaviour

OE Cam has developed a deep-dive interview technique that explores an individuals life and career history, looking for patterns or inconsistencies to understand both personal and career.. Read More →
VIDEO: Identifying Disruptive Talent for innovation

VIDEO: Identifying Disruptive Talent for innovation

Disruptive Talent is difficult to assess.  The need for a tailored assessment strategy when seeking to recruit disruptive talent exists because with such unique individuals,.. Read More →
Putting Together the Dream Team for Innovation in Professional Services

Putting Together the Dream Team for Innovation in Professional Services

We all recognize the dream team in sport. A great example being Team GB’s women’s hockey team who won gold at the 2016 Olympics. Even.. Read More →
Corporate Killers

Corporate Killers

Paolo tells the tale of Hubris, a high-potential senior manager whose behaviour began to (unintentionally) destroy business value. Clarity around expectations of everyone’s behaviour is.. Read More →
Disruptive Talent: Brilliant but Challenging

Disruptive Talent: Brilliant but Challenging

Georgie Frost from Share Radio talks to Paolo Moscuzza about Disruptive Talent. How do organisations hire and manage the employee with ‘mad’ but brilliant ideas?.. Read More →
Disruptive Talent and Collective Effectiveness

Disruptive Talent and Collective Effectiveness

In the third of my articles on Disruptive Talent*, I explore the importance of thinking through the collective effectiveness of teams.  A tweet prompted me.. Read More →
Talent Management: Managing Derailing Behaviours

Talent Management: Managing Derailing Behaviours

The creative force driving disruptive innovation resides in the remarkable, or as some would say ‘rebellious’ minds of those who we at OE Cam have.. Read More →
Assessing Disruptive Talent: going beyond psychometrics

Assessing Disruptive Talent: going beyond psychometrics

What is ‘Disruptive Talent’?  How will it benefit your business? Facebook, Uber and the iPad are examples of products and services that quickly came to.. Read More →
Measuring up the Clever Ones

Measuring up the Clever Ones

Organisations use assessment for a number of reasons.  From determining the suitability of new candidates, to understanding a person’s readiness for promotion, as well as.. Read More →
‘Stars’ and ‘Water Carriers’: Recruiting and Retaining the Best

‘Stars’ and ‘Water Carriers’: Recruiting and Retaining the Best

Please note this article was first published in 2004. ‘Stars and Water Carriers: Recruiting and Retaining the Best’ In the Tour de France, arguably the.. Read More →
Disruptive Talent: Hold on Tight!

Disruptive Talent: Hold on Tight!

‘Disruptive’ and ‘talent’ are two words that historically have not been connected and in many organisations being disruptive is seen as a barrier to being.. Read More →
The Digital Leadership Challenge: Vision and Character Strengths

The Digital Leadership Challenge: Vision and Character Strengths

Building a digital business alongside a physical one is not simply the implementation of a digital strategy. Martyn Sakol and Paolo Moscuzza discuss the.. Read More →
When Harry Met Sally…

When Harry Met Sally…

Paolo Moscuzza describes how the different parts of the brain affect our behaviour at work and how coaching can help individuals learn to acknowledge primitive.. Read More →
Traffic Lights and Roundabouts

Traffic Lights and Roundabouts

Rejecting leaders because of a single attribute that has put them in a ‘red box’ can be a costly business for growing organisations. Paolo Moscuzza.. Read More →

Paolo Moscuzza

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Paolo Moscuzza is a Chartered Psychologist, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a registered coaching Psychologist.  He has over 18 years experience of assessing and developing the capability of leaders and he heads up OE Cam’s Leadership Development Practice. Paolo is a former winner of ‘HR Management Consultant of the Year’ as featured in the Sunday Times and his approach has been described as “fresh, energetic and innovative”.

Paolo Moscuzza is a Chartered Psychologist, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a registered coaching Psychologist.  He has nearly 20 years experience of assessing and developing the capability of leaders and he heads up OE Cam’s Leadership Development Practice. Paolo is a former winner of ‘HR Management Consultant of the Year’ as featured in the Sunday Times and his approach has been described as “fresh, energetic and innovative”.