Flexible Working Survey 2.0: How Has the Pandemic Changed the Way We Work?
We recently carried out a follow-up survey to our first Flexible Working Survey in May 2020. The results of the first survey, taken just as the first lockdown was easing and only a few months into a period of quickly-implemented remote working, showed that the overall experience of flexible working had been positive. Respondents reported … Continue reading Flexible Working Survey 2.0: How Has the Pandemic Changed the Way We Work?
The results are in: how will Coronavirus change the way we work?
I’m really interested in the way that work has changed over the past six weeks as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. With a huge percentage of the workforce quickly making the shift to working from home, we’ve had to quickly adapt to a new way of working, new ways of communicating and new ways … Continue reading The results are in: how will Coronavirus change the way we work?
Become a More Successful Salesperson Using NLP
You work hard to grow your business. You have created a fantastic product or service unrivalled by your competitors. You have created something that can truly help people but you are struggling to sell. Sales can often be seen as pushy, aggressive and perhaps even dishonest – which can make you feel uncomfortable. If you … Continue reading Become a More Successful Salesperson Using NLP
The Presenter’s Toolkit- Improve Your Presentation & Communication Skills
We are constantly selling. If we are not selling a product or a service we are selling an idea or a point of view or even yourself. The Presenter’s Toolkit equips you to design and deliver winning presentations, whether that is a 90-second elevator pitch, a long conference presentation, a short review meeting with … Continue reading The Presenter’s Toolkit- Improve Your Presentation & Communication Skills
How To Deliver a Winning Presentation in a Muddy Field
We went to the Port Eliot Festival recently and had a great time watching a mix of bands, discussions and presentations by a wide range of writers and performers. They definitely showed how to deliver a winning presentation in a muddy field and I’d like to share some of my reflections with you so you … Continue reading How To Deliver a Winning Presentation in a Muddy Field
So What Exactly Is Interaction Engineering?
Interaction Engineering: The action of working artfully to create something of value when two or more people communicate with each other. We know that how the people who make up a business all work together, understand each other and communicate is as important as how software packages interact or a production line functions. People are … Continue reading So What Exactly Is Interaction Engineering?
Evolution On The Move
We have moved into a new office at the Health and Wellbeing Centre in Truro. Ten years ago we were incredibly proud to move into the truly iconic Engine House in St. Agnes. The newly renovated building was a flagship project for Carrick District Council and the development was considered by them to be a … Continue reading Evolution On The Move
Martin Talks to Mark Peters about all things Evolution
As you may already know, here at Evolution we recently turned 20, and with this milestone had a major shakeup to the business with a re-brand and a new direction. Last night Martin was interviewed by Mark Peters on Pirate FM’s Business Hub to discuss the changes: what they are, why we made them, and … Continue reading Martin Talks to Mark Peters about all things Evolution
A Procurement Professional’s Guide To Buying Christmas Presents
It’s that time of year again, your family require Christmas presents to keep the relationship going, you have a limited budget and you are running out of time. Do you start with a plan? Do you wander round town looking in the shops, choosing stuff at random and then try to fit the present to … Continue reading A Procurement Professional’s Guide To Buying Christmas Presents
A wearable coach
I bought a Garmin Vivoactive watch recently and it has changed my life. I always thought I was pretty active: I played hockey, enjoyed walking, surfed, kayaked and did occasional endurance events like the 3 peaks challenge. Recording my daily steps was an eye opener. Yes, I completed lots of steps when I played hockey … Continue reading A wearable coach1 2 3 … 5 Next »