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A Toast to the Oast

12 February 2019

When we first started working with Matt Brown, the owner of Kent based n-fuze, in a business coaching capacity in January 2017, one of the first tasks was to identify some outcomes that Matt wanted to achieve. 

Inevitably there were many outcomes on the list, some short term but also some longer term. One outcome in particular however really stood out and caught our attention. 

What Does Having a Bad Back Teach Us About Getting the Best out of Coaching?

12 July 2018

Having recently succumbed to a consistent nagging back pain, I finally decided to do something about it and book an appointment with a Chiropractor.

After a little bit of desk research and a couple of phone calls asking for referrals, one name kept cropping up so I made a phone call and an appointment was made.  As part of the process, I was asked to complete a form, of which the last three questions grabbed my attention and resonated with me.

Some Tips To Gain a Sound Return on Your Investment in Learning

28 November 2017

Quarter of workers receive no training

This is a bold statement we hear you cry, and one with far reaching consequences in terms of growing and developing UK businesses and their employees.

“One in four employees does not receive any training opportunities at work beyond their onboarding process” – the CIPD has highlighted a poll recently conducted on behalf of the Trades Union Congress (TUC).

Improving Productivity in the Workplace:

31 October 2017

How well is your workplace working?

A recent study, The Next 250K, released by research company Leesman, has highlighted that Organisations are not getting what they should from their workplaces. Only just over half of those surveyed agreed that their workplace actually supported productivity.

Tips for Choosing a Reputable Business Coach

23 June 2017

There are a number of myths associated with working with a Business Coach

The first is that a coach is only used by ‘underperformers’ who are struggling!  The reality is that many successful people from all walks of life use coaches.  With the exception of Bubba Watson (apologies non-golf fans) you would be hard pressed to find an elite sportsperson who doesn’t use at least two performance coaches.

Tips on Writing a Job Description

25 April 2017

How do you go about creating an effective job description to attract the right kind of talent? 

Many of us start with getting into the detail very early on in a job description, as opposed to focusing on the outcomes required once the job holder is in post. 

To find out more or to book a free consultation: