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Focusing on your strengths is the key to successful personal development

Going from strength to strength

  What do you need to do in order to perform better in your role – or to progress in your career? Do you need to work on those things you’re not good at? Address your weaknesses? Get to grips with those bits of […]

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How millennials in the workplace are disrupting our HR practices – for good

Young people these days!

In every field of our lives, disruptive technology is having a dramatic effect. From Uber to AirBnB to Netflix, traditional ways of doing things are being turned on their head. The rise of big data, mobile technology, global reach, personalisation, digital formats, AI and […]

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learning process

Why feeling stupid is an essential step in the learning process

Doh!

“At some point today, you’re going to feel really, really stupid.” This is not, you might think, the most encouraging thing to say at the start of a training workshop. No one, after all, likes feeling stupid. No one enjoys feeling incapable. It undermines […]

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How to motivate employees using a pick ‘n’ mix approach

It takes allsorts

Why do you go to work? What is it about your job that gets you out of bed of a morning? Is it the money? Is it challenge? Is it the people you work with? Is it the opportunity to make a difference? Or […]

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team morale

9 Tried & Tested Ways To Boost Team Morale

Stuck in a rut?

  Is your team stuck in a rut? Going nowhere fast? Sinking into a pit of despair? It can happen when external factors affect your business. Meaning that doing what you’ve always done doesn’t work anymore. When this happens, it’s easy for team morale […]

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A strengths based approach to leadership

Strong and stable?

In this crazy, crazy world we live in, are we asking too much for a leader to adapt their leadership style to suit every situation? Does this require simply too much self-awareness and flexibility when the pace of change is so quick? (Something Theresa […]

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360 degree feedback

How 360 degree feedback helps you on the path to personal development

Are we there yet?

What does success look like when it comes to your personal development? How will you know when you’ve achieved what you set out to achieve? Setting yourself the goal of passing your driving test is one thing. Passing your driving test will clearly denote […]

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What’s the best way to exit an employee from your organisation?

Go on now, go!

Sometimes I understand what it must be like to be a doctor, or a vet, or a dentist. Because when people discover what I do for a living, they immediately want to bend my ear. Not about a gippy tummy, a moulting dog or […]

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succession planning

How to ensure succession planning is planned successfully

Can you fill my shoes?

Do you have a succession plan for your role? What will happen when it’s time for you to move on? How will you ensure the best and brightest in your team are ready to step up? All too often, succession is only considered at […]

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