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  • workplace conflict

Workplace conflict and how to avoid it

Workplace conflict and how to avoid it Conflict in the workplace is on the rise, with some 38% of employees having experienced some workplace conflict in 2014. But why is there any conflict in the first place? Why can’t we all just get along, and get on with it? The fact is, in a [...]

By |November 9th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • improving internal communication

The Big ‘C’ Word: How Can We Improve Internal Communication?

The Big ‘C’ Word: How Can We Improve Internal Communication? An astounding 86% of execs cite ineffective communication as the main source of workplace failures[i]. So why are we so bad at communicating? After all, communication is the cornerstone of the workplace. The countless meetings, strategies, targets and conversations which are churned out every [...]

By |November 2nd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • Developing employee strengths

The Superman Scenario: why you should focus on developing employee strengths

The Superman Scenario: why you should focus on developing employee strengths Imagine Superman was on the team you had to lead. You already know that he’s got some phenomenal strengths – he can travel faster than the speed of light, has the strength and resilience of an ox, and possesses a firm desire to [...]

By |October 26th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • Millennial workers

The Millennial Problem: attracting and retaining the best talent

The Millennial Problem: attracting and retaining the best talent You’re probably familiar with the term ‘Millennial’. It’s being thrown around a lot nowadays to reflect the generational shift in workforces, as companies bid farewell to the ‘Baby Boomers’ and ‘Gen X’ and welcome in their place a generation who’ve grown up in the midst [...]

By |October 19th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • Getting to the tipping point in organisational change

Getting to the tipping point in organisational change

Getting to the tipping point in organisational change There are many ‘change management’ theories that illuminate different aspects of organisation change. Lewin’s Freeze Theory, the Kübler-Ross Change Curve, Kotter’s 8-Step Model… to name just a few. But are there any other models that you can use to help plan for change? We think so. [...]

By |October 12th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • How you can enhance your coaching with PRINT

How you can enhance your coaching with PRINT

How you can enhance your coaching with PRINT An article by Michael Schein[i] proposes the idea that business coaching is ‘dead’ because its market has become swamped and there’s now too much of the ‘same old, same old’. To combat this problematic, prolific competition, Schein suggests that coaches should find a point of differentiation [...]

By |October 6th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • whales and dolphins

Communicating change – whales or dolphins?

Communicating change – whales or dolphins? 'The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place' – George Bernard Shaw This quote points out a potential problem pervading the quality of our communication with others. Communication is about creating a shared understanding between communicator and recipient, enabling (greater) knowledge of [...]

By |September 23rd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • How you can unlock enhanced teamwork in your organisation

How you can unlock enhanced teamwork in your organisation

How you can unlock enhanced teamwork in your organisation September is National Self-Improvement month, encouraging us to set goals for making positive changes to our lives. But we think these changes don’t have to be confined to the realm of the personal – we can also make changes to our working lives, to improve [...]

By |September 22nd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • Organisational Change: Marathon or Sprint?

Organisational Change: Marathon or Sprint?

Organisational Change: Marathon or Sprint? If you’ve ever run a marathon (or indeed watched one) you’ll be familiar with the set-up. Reams of resolute racers congregating behind the starting line, with the faster runners at the front and the slower participants towards the back. The buzzer blast booms out. The faster runners sprint off, [...]

By |September 15th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
  • The Golden Rule vs the Platinum Rule

The Golden Rule vs The Platinum Rule: Which is more productive?

The Golden Rule vs The Platinum Rule: Which is more productive? You may be familiar with the old adage, ‘do unto others as you would have them do unto you’. It basically advises that we treat others how we would like to be treated ourselves. This ‘Golden Rule’ mantra has stood the test of [...]

By |September 7th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments