Latest leadership news

Here is some great current thinking around how to improve leadership skills and
positively influence those around you…

Great rather than good leadership means bringing people together, informing and coordinating effort and common purpose, enabling and empowering people to share your vision and be motivated to persevere to achieve common goals.

by Lesley Aitcheson, ago

Love your job!

What we need to think about is attitude and expectations – it is all about how to approach your job to maximise your job satisfaction. Being happy and productive in your job is really important as it has a knock on effect on your outlook on life in general.

by Lesley Aitcheson, ago

We are your learning & development department

We are focused on providing a wide range of bespoke, professional learning and development services, ranging from ‘learning lunches’ that deliver fast, good value training to half and full-day workshops and master classes for a more in=depth experience. You can also look to us for management and leadership programmes designed to your brief, as well as one-to-one coaching for personally tailored development.

by Lesley Aitcheson, ago

We are your learning & development department

We are focused on providing a wide range of bespoke, professional learning and development services, ranging from ‘learning lunches’ that deliver fast, good value training to half and full-day workshops and master classes for a more in=depth experience. You can also look to us for management and leadership programmes designed to your brief, as well as one-to-one coaching for personally tailored development.

by Lesley Aitcheson, ago

Another fresh start? Why resolutions don’ t work, but goals do!

Why do resolutions so often fail? Resolutions can be described as a form of ‘cultural procrastination’ – an attempt to reinvent ourselves and break old or bad habits. If we are not really prepared to follow these behavioural changes through, we invariably fail. This propensity to fail in our resolutions is compounded by our tendency to set unrealistic and unachievable resolutions. We think that a better way of approaching this New Year’s Resolution business is by NOT making resolutions but instead make New Year’s Goals.

by Lesley Aitcheson, ago