Our New Online Learning Platform is Launching on Monday!
We are thrilled to announce that we’ll be launching our new online learning platform Evolve Online Learning on Monday. We’ve been working on this for almost two years, and are really excited to hear what you think. How it works We’ve packed the platform with hundreds of hours of learning content, from microlearning courses on giving constructive … Continue reading Our New Online Learning Platform is Launching on Monday!
Looking Back on 2021: What’s Next for Evolution?
The end of a year is a great time for reflection – looking back at what worked, what didn’t, what went well and what was difficult – and planning. As we come to the end of 2021, a year that provided us all with lots of challenges and opportunities, we’re spending some time looking back … Continue reading Looking Back on 2021: What’s Next for Evolution?
How I Learned to Love Zoom
I ran my first real life, in-the-same-room, face-to-face training since lockdown recently and I’ve been reflecting on the differences between what I did for 25 years pre-Covid and what I’ve been doing since March 2020: What are the benefits (if any) of Zoom (I’m definitely a Zoom man) and how does it compare with real … Continue reading How I Learned to Love Zoom
Feeling unmotivated and listless after a year of pandemic? That’s languishing
What is languishing and how can you deal with it? Friends and clients I’ve been speaking to over the past few months have all been reporting similar feelings: a lack of motivation, difficulty concentrating, a lack of excitement for the future. It’s no surprise, considering the difficult and disruptive year we’ve all had. If you’ve … Continue reading Feeling unmotivated and listless after a year of pandemic? That’s languishing
What’s Different About the Business Practitioner Course in 2022?
Up until 2020, we always delivered our Business Practitioner course in-person, in groups of five to fifteen people. When the pandemic hit, we had to adapt quickly to a new way of working. For our in-person training and coaching, that meant taking everything online. While we were initially unsure of how well a programme based … Continue reading What’s Different About the Business Practitioner Course in 2022?
Stress is a Good Thing: 5 Tips For Better Stress Management
Stress is probably one of the most common concerns among the clients I coach and businesses I work with. Too much stress can make it hard to enjoy the good things in life, and make it more difficult for us to reach our full potential – it takes up a lot of ‘mental space’ that … Continue reading Stress is a Good Thing: 5 Tips For Better Stress Management
NLP Business Practitioner Course – Starting December 2018
A large proportion of our working life is spent in communicating with and attempting to influence other people. On this course, you will learn how to use Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) to enhance and improve the skills you already have. Over 700 people have completed the NLP Business Practitioner course over the last 20 years and … Continue reading NLP Business Practitioner Course – Starting December 2018
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
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?
Taking the Stress out of Presenting
I have lost count of the number of presentations I have delivered over the years but, whether I am presenting to a small group of people or a full auditorium, I have never forgotten how it felt in those early days; the racing heart, the clammy palms, hands shaking too much to hold notes… And, … Continue reading Taking the Stress out of Presenting1 2 3 … 5 Next »