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Making Learning Stick through Attention Density.

Do you ever find yourself saying things like ‘I have no confidence when it comes to public speaking,’ or ‘I’m really terrible at Maths,’ or even the dreaded ‘I’m not good enough.’ If you’re running negative internal dialogue, you’ll become your own self-fulfilling prophecy. Telling yourself day after day that you have no confidence, guarantees…
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For Mother’s Day – Our thoughts on the authentic feminine

The authentic feminine – an untapped business resource. Mother’s Day is a celebration of feminine energy. It can be a time of reflection back to our own childhood. If we were lucky enough, we had strong female influences in our lives. Our mothers, grandmas, aunties or big sisters nurtured us. They intuitively knew when we…
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Ten things to consider when building relationship resilience at work

With the ever increasing problem of both absenteeism and presenteeism, relationship resilience in the workplace is more important than ever. Here are our top ten areas to consider: Work-related Stress. ‘Not getting along with people’ is consistently cited as a reason for work-related stress. Building relationship resilience is critical in the work environment to alleviate…
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10 Ways to be a Scary Leader

1. Focus only on Roles, Responsibilities and Objectives Give no consideration to what else your team may need to stay motivated and feel supported. One sure way to generate disengagement and under-performance. 2. Don’t Manage Under-performance This is a brilliant way to negatively impact those in the team that are performing well. 3. Don’t Trust…
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Mind-set for success – what makes a champion?

 mind-set(mīnd′sĕt′) 1. A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person’s responses to and interpretations of situations 2. An inclination or a habit With the start of Wimbledon fortnight – we will of course be backing Andy Murray to recreate the magic of last year. But what sets champions apart from those great players?…
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Being Brave comes in all shapes and sizes…our diary of an intern continues…

This week I have been at home creating follow up presentations for our clients, reading ‘Immunity to Change’ by Kegan and Lahey and working on developing some new material. One of our biggest clients has just finished a large piece of work with us alongside their ambition of shifting their culture to adopt more bravery.…
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