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Join us for our Engage to Perform workshop and learn how elite athletes create high performing teams. In this Olympic year, what can business leaders learn from elite athetes who show incredible focus and motivation to achieve their goals? Athletes get up every morning knowing what is expected of them and what they are going […]

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Join us for our Engage to Perform workshop and learn how elite athletes create high performing teams. In this Olympic year, what can business leaders learn from elite athetes who show incredible focus and motivation to achieve their goals? Athletes get up every morning knowing what is expected of them and what they are going […]

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Why co-working is a solution for increased productivity
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Co-working is the newest trend in both freelance and mainstream working. It is a form of office setting that allows people to work together within a common space, but not necessarily on the same project. The workers are primarily independent of each other, but they can always consult, inspire, and motivate each other when the […]

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Is flexible working an option for your team? Questions to ask
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It’s a much-debated topic and a growing trend, but most companies still don’t seem to take a deliberate approach to flexible working. Instead, they just offer a vague middle ground of “flexible working” on a case by case basis. There are strong arguments for encouraging remote working and, conversely, arguments for bringing everyone together under […]

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Reflective leadership is something relatively new to me as a formal concept, I have over the years thought about my own personal leadership skills so maybe in hindsight I was being reflective? One of the best ways of describing reflective leadership is from a web article I discovered whilst researching this narrative. “Reflective leadership is […]

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Special Guest: Meghan Walsh, Internal Communications & Employee Engagement Manager, Comic Relief Meghan has a unique challenge of boosting engagement and development with little or no budget available. People that work for Comic Relief have a huge sense of pride to do so, but this doesn’t mean that they don’t have some of the same […]

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In my experience most organisations have a chronic communication problem. More specifically they have a communication problem with their non-managerial staff. Let me elaborate with couple of examples: I somehow lose my intellect when I don’t have the word manager in my job title The managers do the thinking and deciding even though they have […]

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