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How effective is your team at Remote Working?

Whether remote work is new to your business or you’ve been doing it successfully for years, your employees have likely experienced both the benefits and the challenges of getting things done away from the office. With remote working having been forced upon most of us in recent times and the likelihood that it will be…

Your Greatest Strengths

  Buy your report here  Only £15 The Your Greatest Strengths report captures the things you enjoy and are good at through one 25 minute online assessment. This report helps you to fully understand your strengths and empowers you to leverage these capabilities to further your career. It measures 175 traits and identifies your highest priorities and values – where you invest yourself and what…

Emotional intelligence equals success during Covid19

Leadership is one of the most heavily tested skills during Covid19. Research shows that emotional intelligence accounts for nearly 90% of what sets high performers leaders apart from those with similar technical skills and knowledge. Aligned with Daniel Goleman’s model, the 4 Emotional Intelligence areas are  Knowing Oneself Admits mistakes, manages stress and pressure, is…

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10 Things You Can Accomplish While You Procrastinate

The Oxford English dictionary describes Procrastination as “To put off doing something, especially out of habitual carelessness or laziness.” “To postpone or delay needlessly.” Perfectionists are often procrastinators; because it’s psychologically more acceptable to keep putting off a task than to face the possibility of falling short on performance. There can also be big costs…

New to working from home? Here are 7 tips to get you started.

     Which are you? Someone who finds the thought of working from home exciting and productive or does it fill you with dread? For many of us, it’s the norm, we have home based offices and we conduct our business from home. For some of us working from home every once in a while,…

Emotional Intelligence

The term “emotional intelligence” was first coined in 1990 by Professors Peter Salovey and John D. Mayer. They conducted significant research and created numerous articles on Emotional Intelligence. (EI) During the 1990’s , Daniel Goleman, an American psychologist, came across Salovey and Mayer’s work, he explored their research and developed a framework of five elements…

Taking Care of Yourself.

Being productive is a wonderful thing, but too often we get so caught up in doing that we forget that the person doing the thing is every bit as important as whatever we’re trying to accomplish, if not more so. For most people, this is a difficult concept. We tend to be results-oriented that we…

Handling Difficult Conversations

https://t4s.site/difficult-conversations/welcome/ Do you find certain conversations more difficult than others?  Its only natural and something I come across with my clients quite often.  Whilst there may be many reasons, deep seated beliefs and root causes as to why each person’s difficult conversation is uniquely “difficult”,  there are also many tools and techniques that can help. …

How do you teach delegation?

One of the fundamental learning objectives in most leadership development training programs is delegation. But how exactly do you go about teaching delegation? Most emerging leaders are identified as top prospects because they excel at performing specific tasks. Their competence is what fuels their success; but when promoted, they are suppose to let go and…

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