June 17, 2020
Stress – Acknowledge, Accept, Action
The more people I work with, the more I see folks in denial about the stressful situations they frequently find themselves in. So often, people put blinkers on, put their head down and just keep going. Of course, there is a time and place for doing this, but not as often as people believe. The…Read article
May 17, 2020
Talk To One Another, Even If It’s Difficult
Sam and Alex are joint senior partners in a professional practice. Until recently they have got on well, but lately their relationship has deteriorated. They can’t agree on anything and they irritate one another terribly. As a consequence, they stay in their own offices and keep out of each other’s way. One of the biggest…Read article
April 17, 2020
Why Do We Complicate Things?
A client of mine runs a training company. She has an enormous amount of experience and employs other trainers to deliver her content. Things were going well. That is, until she began to lose business to her competitors and work was not coming in as usual. With a sinking feeling in her stomach, she called…Read article
March 17, 2020
What is intuition and how can it help at work?
A senior firefighter is watching his men enter an industrial building. There is a fire inside, but one of his men radios out to say that it’s contained and they have it under control. All of a sudden, the senior firefighter shouted down the radio to his men “Get out, get out now!”. They were…Read article
February 17, 2020
When two people clash and it is so avoidable
Have you seen the birthday card with a couple of hard-of-hearing elderly people having a conversation? It goes something like this: “It’s windy today”“No, it’s Thursday”“So am I, let’s have a cup of tea” This is an amusing greetings card, but have you ever heard anyone at work having a similar conversation? No, not due…Read article
January 17, 2020
Collaboration and Legacy
John Smith was a Chairman and CEO of an advertising company. Married with 2 children he worked incredibly hard. His family were used to him ‘never being around’, he beavered away so that he could afford a fine house, great cars and lots of travel. Often away on business, over the years he has…Read article
Neuroscience Shows the Way
Once one gets it, others will get it too. The impact on work and indeed life can be profound. As Lynda brings her enthusiasm and authority to the world of Neuroscience, she opens up minds to provide clarity on how to develop behavioural change. Banish toxicity, create empathy, motivate everyone and most of all develop a culture of innovation and collaborative thinking. Now there’s a thought.
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