Category: Personal Development

What is Microlearning?

We’re always on the lookout for new ways to deliver learning in a way that’s useful to learners. Taking our courses online means that they can be watched in your own time, at your own pace, paused, rewound and even played back faster or slower. We’ve filled our online academy with a range of courses, … Continue reading What is Microlearning?

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?

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 2021?

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 2021?

Evolve or Die: How to Take Control of Change

The disruption of this year’s global pandemic has impacted businesses and individuals in just about every industry. Some have struggled to bounce back. Others have found ways to adapt, survive and even thrive in the ‘new normal’ we’ve found ourselves in. The cold-water shock of the last few months has demonstrated a point I include … Continue reading Evolve or Die: How to Take Control of Change

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

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?

Flexible Working Lessons From the Lockdown

Five weeks into the lockdown, those of us who are working from home are beginning to settle into a new routine. You might have struggled to stay productive working from home, or found it difficult to adjust to the ‘new normal’, but the feedback that I’m hearing is that overall individuals and organisations have quickly … Continue reading Flexible Working Lessons From the Lockdown

Soft Skills Are Hard

Soft skills are hard – but really, really important. I’ve heard the term ‘soft skills’ used in a derogatory fashion for many years in Management and they are often looked at as “something for other people (like HR) but not for me as an outcome-focused, results-driven Manager” The reality is that the higher you are … Continue reading Soft Skills Are Hard

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

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