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PI Behavioral Assessment™ certified in the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations’ (EFPA) Test Review Model

The Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment™ helps clients to decode the core drives of their employees and offers insights into their needs, likely behaviours, motivations and areas of development. This unbiased knowledge helps clients to hire, retain and develop the best people for their business, and drastically improves understanding, communication, [...]

Employee Experience – why you should embrace it

Have you ever considered the employee experience at your company? Most companies are well versed in the world of customer experience, because everyone knows that an enjoyable experience for customers means that customers come back for more!

Bearing this in mind, perhaps it’s easy to see why similar principles are [...]

What does Manager as Coach actually mean?

Maybe your organisation already encourages you as a manager to incorporate coaching your team members into your daily routine? Do you find it difficult to buy into this?
One of the most frequent objections from managers comes from being unsure what coaching really means and what is expected.

Although the [...]

Organisational Management Review Launch

Change is ongoing in all businesses today, on some level. As the world advances, organisations must do the same to keep ahead of the tide. For some companies this involves small adjustments, however many are faced with large scale organisational change, and they simply aren’t equipped to handle it.

The [...]

Manager as Coach Launch

Why do we need ‘Manager as Coach?’
An opinion poll conducted by Gallup has found that 87% of employees worldwide are unmotivated, disengaged and under-performing.

In contrast, a highly engaged workforce is said to outperform their peers by 147% in earnings per share. The economic repercussions of having employees who [...]

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    Easy does it: How a trend to slow down could reduce work-related stress

Easy does it: How a trend to slow down could reduce work-related stress

Good mental health helps us to think, feel and act in a way that enables us to successfully overcome challenges, enjoy life and ultimately be happier – both at home and at work.
Yet, in our current high-tech performance-driven world, we often feel that ongoing stress is the price [...]

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    Why Being Able to Coach Employees Makes You a Better Manager

Why Being Able to Coach Employees Makes You a Better Manager

The findings of the CIPD Learning and Development Survey from 2015 show that three quarters of organisations currently offer a degree of coaching or mentoring to their employees. 13% were planning to introduce this in 2016, with most expecting that their use of coaching will increase by 2017.
But [...]

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    The Power of Persuasion: Building Influence in the Workplace

The Power of Persuasion: Building Influence in the Workplace

Have you ever sat and wondered how some people seem to be able to persuade others to do anything? It can be awe inspiring to see this particular skill at work, but there are simple techniques that you can apply that will help you to build influence quite easily. [...]

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    Trust in the Workplace: We Can’t Work Together with Suspicious Minds

Trust in the Workplace: We Can’t Work Together with Suspicious Minds

Do you trust your employees, and crucially, do they trust you?
We hear a lot about how trust is vital to personal relationships, but professional relationships depend upon trust just as much. Without it, things start to fall apart quickly.

Ernst and Young have conducted a survey which has found [...]

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    Making Teams Work Like Legendary Basketball Coach Pat Summitt

Making Teams Work Like Legendary Basketball Coach Pat Summitt

Sadly, Pat Summitt passed away in June 2016 after a courageous battle with early-onset Alzheimer’s. After 38 years as a successful basketball coach, she leaves behind a legacy of creating winning teams.

Under her leadership, the Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball team never had a losing season. Pat Summitt accrued over [...]