You don’t always have to aim for the stars…

Posted on 3rd February 2015

I’ve been thinking for a while now about taking up golf. I have played in the past but not with much success, in fact, I spent more time trying to

Why Presentations Sometimes Fail

Posted on 3rd May 2015

I recently watched a presentation at a training conference. I sat there and just 5 minutes into it, it appeared that I was just as confused as everyone else, “What

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

Posted on 2nd October 2018

Sharon marched around the office as if she owned it. Sharon had a very direct management style and she knew it. Adopting this style helped her to feel in total

Your Elevator Pitch – No Likey, No Lighty

Posted on 24th November 2015

You have finally plucked up the courage to attend a networking event. You mingle for a while before taking your seat for breakfast and before you know it the 60

Self-Management Check Up

Posted on 14th October 2014

Darren works in Finance. The Finance team has recently grown in size and Darren has struggled to adapt to the ever-growing team. He lets his feelings known at every available

Management – It’s a mind game

Posted on 4th June 2018

Meet Mark. Mark has managed his team of 15 for two years. His mantra is, “I treat everyone the same, that way they know where they stand.” He doesn’t manage

Having a Difficult or Awkward Conversation

Posted on 21st November 2018

We have all been in that situation when we need to have a potentially difficult or awkward conversation. It might be with a regular client who hasn’t paid their invoice,

Presenting – Would the real you please stand up?

Posted on 22nd September 2015

I was sat there the other night curled up on the couch with my gorilla feet slippers on and my smoking jacket and cravat (the gorilla feet slippers are a