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Would YOU follow YOUR leadership style?

Our responsibility as business leaders is to inspire our people not hinder them, to remove all the emotional and physical obstacles that stop them believing that the apparent impossible, is actually possible!

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How many game changers do you employ?

If 78% of game changers – those who effect significant shifts in the current way of doing or thinking about something – have left companies to work for themselves, what type of employees remain? The survey by eg.1 on the

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Engagement – it’s more than Christmas hats and Turkey baps.

It’s that time of the year again when employers say THANK YOU to their employees under the embarrassment-free guise of Christmas … and why not? I’m one for tradition, but I’m also one for saying thank you as and when

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Are you a Holiday Wimp?

According to a recent UBS survey the Japanese take fewer holidays than any other nation (only 33% of their full entitlement) and the French the most holidays (89% of their full entitlement) with the Brits and the Yanks somewhere in

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Engage your customers by engaging your staff.

Markets are becoming more and more competitive with new brands, products, services, initiatives, stores and websites. As a consequence we all have to be smarter in our thinking and approach as to how we want to be perceived by our

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What NO really means.

New Parents often promise themselves never to use the word NO when speaking to their children, choosing instead to use alternative words, which is good in principle, develops language skills but exhausting and particularly irritating when they become “inbetweeners”. There

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This is the self-preservation society, the self-preservation society.

How big is your company society? There may just be one or two individuals or there may be enough to form an unofficial self-preservation society, with members from all levels of the company, including the management. Where they exist in

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