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We've been designing powerful, experiential training for more than 15 years and we thought we'd share some of our top learning and development tips with you. I hope you find them useful. Look out for more soon. View the whole blog: Rod's Blog
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07 July 2015
Start a Presentation with the I.N.T.R.O.
Sir Winston Churchill pithily highlighted the challenges faced when delivering a speech....... "There are two things that are more difficult than making an after-dinner speech: climbing a wall which is leaning toward you and kissing a girl who is leaning away from you" View the whole blog: Thoughts of a grey haired trainer
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07 July 2015
Take Your Brain to Work
Take your Brain to Work recently I attended the Neurobusiness conference in Manchester, where there was debate, controversy and a few 'ah-ha' moments. View the whole blog: The Invisible Trainer
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07 July 2015
Coaching engagement
What does employee engagement mean to you? Strangely, despite all that has been written about engagement, for some leaders engagement still equates to the imposition of a set of values and behaviours upon employees. View the whole blog: Consultancy on Culture – Thoughts and Insights
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06 July 2015
Coaching innovation
If you think that innovation is just another word for inventing stuff then I’m afraid that your business is in danger of rapidly falling behind the times. View the whole blog: Innovation Station
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06 July 2015
Setting talent free
In work, I want you to do exactly what I say without question. You don’t need to understand the task, and you don’t need to understand why the task is to be carried out. In fact, the only reason which concerns you is that I have instructed you to complete the task. View the whole blog: The leadership journey
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06 July 2015
Resilience: The power of stories that heal
It is not often that you get two light bulb moments in one presentation, but Dr. Carole Pemberton’s keynote at the Coaching at Work conference delivered in style. View the whole blog: Challenging Coaching
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03 July 2015
Coaching company success
If you were asked to list the main duties of a company director, it’s a fair bet that coaching would not be among them. Yet among the seven duties of a director, as enshrined in the Companies Act 2006, is a duty to promote the success of a company. View the whole blog: Elemental CoSec
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02 July 2015
Three Common Misconceptions about Successful Women
Three Common Misconceptions about Successful Women Nowadays, we’re bombarded with media detailing the daily, rigorous routines of successful people; their early rises, minimal snacking and hours of exercise making us feel inadequate for having more random regimes. View the whole blog: Tips for crisis management in event planning
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02 July 2015
Blended Learning 2015 – the year to measure ROI?
Blended learning is an effective training delivery model being implemented across the globe, however with so many variations of the model and range of learning technologies available how do those in charge of learning and development decide which has been the most effective and cost efficient? View the whole blog: Elearning Marketplace
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01 July 2015
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