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So far Print has created 47 blog entries.

Uncovering deeper levels of motivation

Case study: Uncovering deeper levels of motivation This culture change consultancy, was looking for a way to influence behaviours that facilitated lasting change. They believed that deeper self-awareness was the answer, but existing profiling tools just didn’t cut the mustard. However, as soon as they tried PRINT, they knew they had found the answer. [...]

By |July 25th, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments

Educators leading by example

Case study: Educators leading by example This local authority was looking for a way to enhance the performance of the county’s schools and the leadership capability of new Head Teachers. Applying PRINT strategies through coaching and workshops, the heads developed a deeper understanding of their leadership style and the impact of their behaviours were [...]

By |July 5th, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments
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Developing high-performing teams

Case study: Developing high-performing teams Loughborough University knew its staff and students were key in enabling the world renowned Loughborough Sport experience and ecosystem to operate. The Sport Experience Team used PRINT as part of an away day to explore their team’s purpose and identify practical and replicable ways of working together more effectively. The [...]

By |July 5th, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments
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Helping individuals improve their lives

Case study: Helping individuals improve their lives Many executive and career coaches, counsellors, psychiatrists and psychologists choose to have PRINT as part of their tool kit to support and enable the transitions their clients are seeking to make. Feedback from our coaches suggests PRINT helps their clients to develop rapid self-awareness, to increase levels of [...]

By |July 5th, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments
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Creating self-aware leaders

Case study: Creating self-aware leaders The leaders of a UK chemical manufacturing plant wanted to significantly improve efficiency. The Managing Director was committed to transforming the leadership team’s performance and considered a lack of self-awareness amongst them as a significant barrier to achieving success. PRINT was used as a core element of the transformation programme, [...]

By |July 2nd, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments
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Finding the best people for the job

Case study: Finding the best people for the job This fast expanding, high-energy recruitment firm knew their future growth depended on having the right people in place. They wanted to understand how to recruit people who would be able to thrive within the firm’s fast-paced and changing environment. PRINT helped them get a deeper [...]

By |July 2nd, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments
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Creating teams who can thrive in ambiguity

Case study: Creating teams who can thrive in ambiguity This technology and manufacturing firm used PRINT throughout their East Yorkshire business to help them successfully navigate a series of important changes the group was making. Everyone from the board to the front line was introduced to their PRINT and explored their natural response to the [...]

By |July 2nd, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments
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Fairy tales and folklore: which character types exist in your workplace?

Fairy tales and folklore: which character types exist in your workplace? What links Star Wars with Shrek? At first glance, it probably seems like there’s no connections at all. Both films were produced by entirely different studios, were made decades apart, and one follows the story of an arrogant, cranky ogre while the other tracks [...]

By |February 25th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments
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Lights, camera, communicate!: why you should be using video in your internal communications

Lights, camera, communicate!: why you should be using video in your internal communications It was an ordinary day in Paris, on the 28th of December 1895. Crowds of curious theatregoers had gathered at the Grand Café at 14 Boulevard Les Capucines for a screening of one of the first films ever made: the Lumière [...]

By |February 16th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments
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5 ways you can make change management fruitful

5 ways you can make change management fruitful The age of change is upon us. Globalisation and economic turbulence have catapulted us into the 21st Century of disruption and innovation, and we’re slap-bang in the middle of the fourth industrial revolution – one in which technology is transforming the way we live, work and [...]

By |February 8th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments