Management


Jul 13 2017

How much time are you wasting?

We’re all guilty of wasting time, both at work and in our personal lives, but most of us like to think that we only waste a few minutes a day; however, the reality is quite different! From having a chat by the water cooler,


Jun 15 2017

Without emotions we would all be like robots

By Jessica Toms - Office Manager Emotional intelligence is the ability to sense, understand, and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions as a source of human energy, information, connection, and influence. - Robert K. Cooper, PhDBeing a busy Office Manager and


Jun 08 2017

How to give effective feedback

By Daljeet Singh. Feedback is one of those words that will often make us cringe. We have all heard somebody come to us and mention feedback that they would like to give, or that someone else has given, and we prepare ourselves for


Jun 02 2017

Managing volunteers this National Volunteers’ Week

Happy National Volunteers’ Week! 1-7 June 2017 is your chance to say a big ‘thank you’ to your dedicated and hardworking volunteers, and it’s also an opportunity to take a look at your organisation’s relationship with its volunteers.To help you and your


May 18 2017

5 reasons to be creative during Learning at Work Week

This week sees the return of Learning at Work Week, an annual event that inspires organisations to take a good, hard look at their learning and development. For us, every week is a learning at work week, but not everyone can be as well


May 16 2017

Creativity driven learning at CIPD

Last week we attended the CIPD Learning & Development show at London Olympia, and boy did we have a great time!As well as meeting loads of friendly and ambitious people, we put one of our trainers onto the Topic Taster platform to


May 04 2017

Managing change successfully

By David Goodman. Research indicates that over 70% of change fails within 18 months of it being introduced. The reason given is a lack of understanding of the importance of bringing people on board during all stages of change. The mechanics of change is not


Apr 27 2017

Four key styles of management (and when to use them)

Being a manager requires an ability to quickly adapt, and if you’re an experienced manager you’ll know how quickly tricky situations can arise. These situations can also change every day, which means that relying on one standard approach isn’t an option.Our


Mar 22 2017

​Top tips to get the best out of supervision

Performance management is perhaps one of the biggest concerns of managers - it is a key responsibility for anyone who has a line management role, and, along with motivating and dealing with staff development, is an integral part of that role. These are our top

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