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Why some Leaders should go to school with Prince George

How many Leaders do you know, who would benefit from a term back at school with four-year-old Prince George; to enable them to learn the importance of Enjoyment, Learning and Achievement within the workplace. Last week the future King started

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Do YOU run your business or does IT run you?

  Aside from the few occasions that can best be described as: it’s got to be done now, the I’ll be home late tonight call or the Saturday morning in the office just to catch up – are you the

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Are you in control of your cyber creep?

Has your personal life succumbed to the cyber habits of the office? Cyber creep is killing conversations and undermining relationships at work and at home – a survey by Good Technology reported that 69% of staff check their emails before

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When saying NO can enhance your brand

Your reputation whether personal or professional has to be protected – often from yourself; as the failure or inability to say NO at the appropriate time and in the appropriate manner can cause lasting damage to your brand reputation. Some

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Difficult conversations – a necessity, rarely a pleasure, and all too often avoided.

Whether you are a Team Leader or CEO, initiating difficult conversations is one of the responsibilities of your position, and one which can greatly drain not only your time but your emotions. Yet, if handled correctly they can be very

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Tis the season of goodwill to all employees…

So why is it “64% of all employees would rather have a new Manager than a pay rise”? It is commonly accepted that an engaged employee is a more productive employee – “94% of the worlds most admired companies believe

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Its been emotional!

New Tesco boss David Lewis says “culture, processes and proposition must change” in other words they need to improve the performance of their people, the profitability of their products and the productivity their process – all common management challenges whether

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