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Five reasons you should stand up for yourself at work
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Standing up for yourself can be hard, no matter who you are. Executive-level employees can often feel pressured to take on too much and may feel burnt out. All workers can be susceptible to feelings of hesitancy when it comes to reporting unsafe working conditions or other disturbing situations.  However, speaking up, even in uncertainty, […]

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Overview: Today’s always-on, TNT – Time-Numbers-Technology/Transition – Driven & Distracted World can breed tension and conflict. Discover the Four Angry “I”s and the Stress Doc’s “Four Faces of Anger” Model for transforming anger, rage, and conflict into productive dialogue and conflict resolution. Learn and practice skills and strategies for 1) disarming power struggles by asking […]

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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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Ever since Millennials took over the workforce, organisations need to know how to stimulate, engage, and retain this extremely sophisticated class of employees. Organisations have been slow to learn, but are finally catching up on the importance of investing time and resources into creating strong employee experiences – and the statistics show why: A study […]

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Special Guest: Charlotte Dahl, Creative Planning Director, Woodreed and Co-Founder of Muse. “Islands of brilliance within a sea of mediocrity” is how Drew McMillan, Head of Internal Communication & Engagement at Virgin Trains describes the state of the internal comms profession in the UK. Join us as we discuss the challenges IC practitioners face and […]

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