I came across some interesting research by Cascade HR in the July 2017 edition of People Management magazine. The research looked at the top causes
I’ve been working with several leadership clients in recent weeks and what’s been interesting is that, despite coming from different sectors, they’re all grappling with
I work with a lot of managers who want advice and support around having a difficult conversation. In this post, I’ll share with you the really simple
Engaging employees can be tough at the best of times, let alone during change. In this post, you’ll find out how to engage successfully.
Difficult conversations. I’ve had lots of them, as I’m sure you have. There was a time when I’d avoid them like the plague. Particularly when it involved feeding back to someone who I didn’t really get on with, or who was higher up the food chain than me.
Peters and Waterman identified eight attributes that excellent organisations typically have in common. Whilst reading through the attributes, it struck me that there was one underlying principle for all eight: Communication.