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EQ Connects is a first of its kind, immersive conference focussing on EQ, for coaching, business and education. At this unique event, you will have the opportunity to connect with EQ thought leaders and practitioners to understand clearly not only what EQ is and why it is important in today’s increasingly emotionally disconnected world, but […]

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It is a huge pleasure to meet Nick in person having followed him on Twitter for a number of years. Arriving at the Thomson Reuters offices at Canary Wharf (having crossed the Capital from my office in a Victorian nursing accommodation block in Paddington), I feel that I have not only crossed the city but […]

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A lot can happen in a decade… And the workplace is not exempt from this fact. According to a recent survey by BambooHR, there have been some significant changes in employee productivity, management procedures, and a variety of other areas that make up the workplace we know today. Some of these changes are a result […]

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Mental Health Awareness week takes place between May 8-14. The week aims to raise awareness of the mental health problems that so many people face. The focus this year is to try and understand why people are surviving and not thriving. There are numerous reasons why people have mental health issues. The demands and stress […]

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Our latest Share |Learn | Inspire event, using the Fishbowl Technique, found that building trust, cutting cost and proving impact are three of the key ways to persuade leaders to invest in an Engagement Programme. More than 40 engagement professionals gathered at the offices of generous hosts Squire Patton Boggs in Birmingham to hear from […]

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The Engaging Managers Toolkit has been developed by Dr Ian Dodds, FRSA. The Whole Systems Approach To Developing Engaging Managers offers a toolkit which organisations can use to successfully develop Engaging Managers to deliver high levels of engagement and performance. It is based on many years of successful experience as illustrated by the Case Studies in […]

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When it comes to the office environment, people often think the more outspoken people are more likely to get ahead in business, it’s actually not true. Conference Genie have surveyed 500 managers from all different industries, areas in the UK and different age groups to see what they class as the ‘ideal employee’. The statistics we received […]

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