Growing your Talent

Published: 21st October, 2019

Mobilising Talent Inside-out When we come up with the themes for the webinars we can’t be sure exactly what the agenda and content will be when the time comes. Whilst preparing for our ‘Growing your Talent’ webinar the references appeared thick and fast and that says to me this is a hot topic to apply […]

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Recognising Jobs Well Done

Published: 6th October, 2019

Defining ‘Well Done’ As a broad term it may help us to recognise different types of ‘well done’, examples being: Responding promptly to a call to action; Going over and above what might be expected of them; Being efficient with time to get the required result. In each of these cases, and the list is […]

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Sharing Best Practises Across The Business

Published: 24th September, 2019

Ditching the Tick-box Exercise So a little definition here Best Practice being the ‘commercial or professional procedures that are accepted or prescribed as being correct or most effective‘ and so sometimes linking to compliance activities. I realised during the webinar you can watch below that Best Practice in the way I demonstrate how good ideas, […]

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Capturing Fast & Frank Employee Feedback

Published: 22nd September, 2019

Valuing Differences of Opinion We often seek to avoid conflict concerned about the difficulty of the conversation and any subsequent extra work to resolve it. The whole top-down command and control from (we hope) days gone by is best supported by compliant and agreeable employees who will toe the party line and work within the […]

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Focus the team

Published: 28th August, 2019
Focus the team

Pulling all the ideas into one place How do you focus your team and unify them in this focus? In my experience working with businesses, I can understand why most organisations broadcast key messages to employees as a way of passing on instructions to the team. It’s a well understood short-cut to a prickly issue. […]

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Making Change Stick

Published: 19th August, 2019

Ideas are cheap- Execution is everything Making change stick for measured and lasting business change- each and every one of those words are chosen really carefully. It’s all about how to make your business more successful, and I’m going to share some experience with you around change.  The ‘stick’ word is all about how you […]

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Getting a return on your L&D

Published: 29th July, 2019

Flipping L&D into making and doing Our experience and approach is all about giving the attendee something to do when they enter into the room, which might take them by surprise a little bit because they’re there to learn about a specific piece of technical knowledge or soft skills. Bit this is the rub – […]

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Your team is expanding, but your people aren’t talking

Published: 15th July, 2019
Your team is expanding but your people aren’t talking

Joining-up Your Team The team that you’re either leading or a part of, is expanding and new person is joining. This might be a result of growth, or it could be some form of swapping in and out members of staff. When you look across that team, you may see them communicating poorly, this could […]

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‘Get’ Work Hack

Published: 29th March, 2019
Get Work Hack

#employee #engagement #limited #time #visualisation #simulation #story The Language of Engagement Businesses can be complex and there are many different ways to describe them in written and the spoken language, however you need to achieve shared understanding and connection in a short space of time. For me, the only way to do that is to […]

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1st Law of Engagement

Published: 18th March, 2019
1st Law of Engagement

Sharing your Useful Truths There are different forms and related measures of engagement, unfortunately mostly vague percentages, but for us there’s the one flavour we’re interested in which you can best translate into productivity: the Business Thinking Minute (BTM). Created when you’ve given your people the chance to connect the knowledge they have to tell […]

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