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All change

The news this week is busy with opinions on the cabinet reshuffle, on the people stepping up, those stepping down, and those we expected to see step aside who have firmly planted their feet and remained in post. Can we apply this ‘all change’ approach to business, and could your organisation benefit from a reshuffle? [...]

By | January 11th, 2018|Change Management|Result Type: Post

Better you, better me.

Many workplaces play people off against each other, creating a culture of what they call ‘healthy competition’ – with rewards for meeting targets, pitting each member of the team against their peers and showcasing the stars who perform best. But is this a healthy working environment? Sure – it might see some people thriving, shooting [...]

By | December 14th, 2017|Emerging Leaders, Organisational Change|Result Type: Post

Are you passionate about your people’s passions?

However big or small your organisation, the one thing that makes you successful is the people who work for you – and every one of them has a passion. Those passions can bring a wealth of knowledge, skill and experience to your brand – even if, on the surface, they seem to have no connection [...]

By | November 30th, 2017|Culture Change|Result Type: Post

The tightrope of success for women in leadership

It’s difficult to open an article on women in leadership without thinking of the women in power we are shown in the media. Those in politics, the glamourous magazines, serious media or Hollywood. The women who embody entirely different worlds, hold great power in wholly different ways, and yet are often judged by the same [...]

By | November 7th, 2017|Women In Leadership|Result Type: Post

Do your leaders practise what you preach?

Companies around the world lay out their mission statement and code of conduct, tying together their business goals and expectations for their employees – and all too often the same phrases and buzzwords are peppered throughout them all, but those behaviours aren’t modelled by the very people who hope to enforce them in others. Where [...]

By | October 27th, 2017|Leadership Development|Result Type: Post

Have you reached a professional plateau?

As young, inexperienced dreamers entering the big wide world of employment, we all entertained grand ideas, passions, and fantasies of enormous success, fame or acclaim. We have finished our schooling, perhaps further education, we’ve answered all the ‘what career to follow’ questionnaires and picked a direction, setting out in the safe knowledge that we will [...]

By | August 21st, 2017|Leadership Development|Result Type: Post

Imposter Syndrome in the workplace

Is ‘Imposter Syndrome’ an issue that business leaders and L&D practitioners need to factor into their developmental plans, the future of their workers and of their brand – or is it just another millennial buzzword that excuses a lack of drive in an entitled generation? Firstly, we need to explain what we mean by ‘imposter [...]

By | July 13th, 2017|Leadership Development|Result Type: Post

The top ten reasons your employees dislike you

We all want to be respected in the workplace – but not everyone knows how to garner genuine respect. Demanding that respect from your employees and being domineering is one of the most damaging approaches to leadership. What traits do employees dislike in their leaders, and how can you avoid being the kind of manager [...]

By | June 23rd, 2017|Leadership Development|Result Type: Post

Mentors take you forward

Working with one of our expert Personal Development Mentors means the difference between participating in workplace learning, and really learning new skills. How can one person make the difference to your entire workforce? Providing learning for your employees is vital to be sure that you’re on top of the changes and developments in your industry, [...]

By | June 13th, 2017|Personal Development Mentors|Result Type: Post

How to successfully implement cultural change

Making a significant and lasting change in any organisation that successfully adapts the way that things are done requires far more than a training session and a to-do list – it means defining shared goals, creating a shared pathway towards those goals, and the whole workforce walking that path together, guiding each other through each [...]

By | June 1st, 2017|Culture Change|Result Type: Post