30-day blogging challenge
Do you ever find yourself in the midst of something only to slow down and realise that you're not actually doing the thing you started? As we prepare for our ever-popular Productivity work-session & free challenge next week, we ask whether a time management course is still relevant.
Tags: 30-day blogging challenge, attention deficit, decision-making, energy, productivity, time management,
When we meet people where they are, we bring the kind of coaching that fits their role and experience. The 'how to guide' will empower you to do just that by helping you to identify where they are in their learning journey and how you can best support them.
Posted in: Coaching, Continuous development, Emotional Intelligence, Engagement, Leadership, Learning Culture, Management Skills, Motivation,
Self-directed learning has been around for a long time, but in light of the current Covid-19 pandemic, it’s fast becoming the 'go-to' option to keep employees engaged and motivated whilst working remotely. Here are 3 tips to bear in mind for successful self-directed learning...
Posted in: Bite-Size Learning, Continuous development, Learning Culture, Motivation, Online Learning, Productivity, Remote Working, Technology,
How many of you woke up this morning and thought to yourself, today I’m going to be extraordinary? The chances are not too many of you. We think about ourselves as ordinary people leading ordinary lives and yet the reality is that we all have the opportunity to be extraordinary everyday, in whatever way we choose.
Tags: 30-day blogging challenge, curiosity, engagement, extraordinary people, passion, productivity, resilience,
I like the phrase ‘organised chaos’. It suggests a way of working that on the surface looks completely disorganised but which is actually a very effective creative process. For me, that’s the key to fulfilling work – finding my own way through the apparent confusion.
Despite a hefty price tag, research shows that leadership development programmes are not providing good value for the money. So new thinking, a whole new paradigm is perhaps just what’s needed. After all, leadership development that doesn’t deliver change and improvement is analogous to holding a map but navigating in the dark. It’s is pretty much useless if you can’t see where you’re going.
Tags: 30-day blogging challenge, authentic leadership, global human capital trends, leadership development, leadership training, learning and development, training investment,
360-degree feedback. Three little words so powerful, they can stop a conversation dead. But when they're done correctly, the benefits of 360-degree feedback are clear to see.
Finding the right person to fill the right position is a minefield at the best of times so how do you attract the top talent that will fit in and be a proactive and productive asset to your team?