Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) sounds daunting at first, but it’s actually a brilliant practice for developing yourself both professionally and personally. It’s a practice which is all about how people do things, rather than why they do them, and seeks to understand how
Around 2.7 billion people in the world use social media, that’s 37% of the global population. Most of us have at least one social media account, but posting pictures of your cat on your personal Instagram account is a bit different from Tweeting for your organisation
Communication is an incredibly broad subject, and it’s important to make sure that you’ve picked the right training to suit the needs of you and your organisation. There are loads of options to choose from, but we know that it can be overwhelming
Values play a huge role in our daily lives; from personal to professional, they help determine every decision we make. Understanding your own values can help you to become a better, more authentic leader.So, what are values? They are the social, ethical, and moral
You might have heard of coaching, but it’s sometimes a word that’s thrown around the office without anyone really knowing what it is. Maybe it conjures up the image of a football coach, or you might think of a therapeutic life coach. Well,
Everyone feels stressed from time to time, it’s seen as a normal part of life; often people think that if you’re not stressed, you’re not working hard enough! We, however, know that thoughts like that aren’t true and can be harmful.
Organising an event can be stressful, and when there are multiple people involved it can descent into chaos. When that happens the event can end up being a bit...well, rubbish. However, all you need to do is follow these four steps from our
By Jakki BendellOne of the most common questions asked by delegates on our Training the Trainer course is "how can I overcome nerves?"Delivering training is fun, but when we see a row of eyes looking at us, our natural instinct is fear.
Confidence is something that many people struggle with on a daily basis, in fact 32% of British employees are afraid of putting their own ideas forward. On top of this, one in five consider themselves a push-over; it’s clear that confidence is a