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What Is Leadership? A Definition for the Workplace

16 October 2023
A kid shouting with a megaphone to two kids covering their ears.

It would not be the most controversial of statements to claim that most, if not all successful businesses attribute some of their success to strong leadership, albeit many of the best leaders are quick to highlight the contributions of the teams that they lead.

What Counts As Continuing Professional Development (Cpd) in Your Industry?

09 March 2022

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is critical for career progression, mandatory in many professions, and yet finding the time and motivation to do it are major barriers to adoption. But there are ways to make it easier to access and to stay on track.

Let’s start with a little jargon busting before dispelling a few myths about CPD.

Ask Not What a Business Coach Can Do for Your Business, but What Business Coaching Can Do for You?

27 January 2022

In our experience, most people in leadership positions understand the concept of coaching and what it can do for their business but increasingly leaders are recognising the benefit of focusing on their own personal development. They understand that this will enable them to better understand their key drivers and become even more effective in their role. 

The Power of Listening and 4 other tips for Having a Difficult Conversation with an Employee

06 December 2021

If you are a parent, chances are you have experienced having one or two difficult conversations.

If you are in a long-term relationship, you have probably been involved in a difficult conversation. Naturally, you were not the one at fault!

The Secret to Better People Management – And How Your Business Can Get Better at ItThe is capitalized because it is

29 October 2021
team exercise

Is it possible to develop your people so they become better line managers, or do you have to simply get better at recruitment? This is a question we are asked on a regular basis.

Three tips for delivering authentic learning with the learner in mind

01 July 2020

It has become increasingly apparent that the Organisations who will not only survive, but thrive in the current climate are those that have two key traits in common:

  1. The ability to be resilient and focus on what is in front of us ( we have eyes at the front of our head for a reason) rather than bemoan what has been lost or get dragged into looking backwards or at our feet.

  2. The mindset to be agile and be brave enough to change their mind, rather than being stubborn and relying on what has always worked in the past.
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