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    Why You Might Not Love Your Job

    Why You Might Not Love Your Job

    Some of us are extremely lucky to be able to say that we love what we do, but we all know someone with whom the following quote might resonate all too deeply: “The way we’re working isn’t working. Even if…

    The Colour Works at Longleat

    The Colour Works at Longleat

    Click here to see Christmas at TCW 2014, and here for our TRI success! This beautiful image is courtesy of our very own Dorothy Shirvell Thursday the 11th December saw the Colour Works team get together at Longleat Safari Park…

    Assertiveness In The Workplace

    Assertiveness In The Workplace

    I can’t remember exactly, but I think it was in the 80’s when ‘assertiveness‘ first began to be bandied about as a work-place skill. (Maybe I’m wrong about it being the 80’s and I’m simply making a false connection between…

    Handling the Awkward Meeting

    Handling the Awkward Meeting

    Picture the scene. You’re about to go into a one-to-one meeting with a member of your team. You’ve requested the meeting to discuss some areas of significant under-performance that have been noticed by yourself and other members of the team….

    Team Development – From Good to Great

    Team Development – From Good to Great

    We’re all familiar with having personal development plans and being assessed on our individual behaviours, but how about doing the same thing in teams? So often there’s an assumption that because we’re a team we’ll behave properly and effectively and…

    Influence – Leading Positive Change

    Influence – Leading Positive Change

    How do we achieve more positive influence as leaders and individuals? Understanding how to leverage the influence factor can make a defining difference in your ability to drive change, build cohesive teams, and successfully implement strategic vision. We used to…

    Tyranny of the Urgent

    Tyranny of the Urgent

    After receiving 72 emails in one hour, John Freeman, editor of Granta magazine, was spurred to write a critical analysis of the maelstrom that is modern communication. Email, he argues, distracts us from what is truly important and fractures our…

    What REALLY Motivates Employees

    What REALLY Motivates Employees

    Never a year goes by without some esteemed management journal or professor announcing to the world that they’ve found the big one! The one big thing you absolutely must do if you want to transform your employees into superstars! On…

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