Listening is a fundamental communication skill that so many people get wrong so often. To listen to someone fully is to give them your time, attention and respect. It helps build relationships, increase understanding and drive connection....
Tuesday 16th July 2019
Wednesday 10th July 2019
Are you a salesperson trying to sell more, or a manager trying to instil positive behaviours in your team. Whatever your role you need to influence! Influence is a key skill that will impact how you rise in your organization, the level of success...
Wednesday 26th June 2019
If you are considering getting a coach you are probably wondering what you will gain. It can be difficult to understand the value of coaching if you have never done anything like it before. Coaching is not counselling and it is not training, it not...
Wednesday 12th June 2019
Are you living below the line or above the line? This is one of the key principles in the book The Oz Principle which takes a deep dive into the issue of accountability. Accountability is sometimes seen as a negative thing that is forced on someone...
Wednesday 5th June 2019
Have a think for a moment about your morning routine. What daily habits kick start your day? Are you a well-oiled machine in the morning, setting up your day in the best possible way? Or is a mad panic of activity that ends with you just about...
Wednesday 29th May 2019
Have you thought about where your emotions come from? If you are like most people, this is probably not something you spend a lot of time thinking about. When we experience emotions they just happen, they arise from somewhere within you depending on...
Tuesday 21st May 2019
This week we are thinking about influence. How much do you have, and do you have it over the people that matter? Brendon Burchard offers tips on Influence in his bestselling book – High Performance Habits. Below we have consolidated his key lessons...
Wednesday 15th May 2019
We are always advised to set goals to help us achieve more. But is the conventional wisdom, right? Do goals help us to improve and get more done or are they counter-productive and would you be better leaving measures of your performance more open?