Blogs Tagged: behaviour

Hold onto your Hat – Managing a dysfunctional team

Posted on 12th January 2020

Bitchiness, tears, arguments and a threatened resignation and it was only 9.23am! Sadly this was just a normal day for Paul who’d reluctantly managed his team of ten for almost

Self-Justification – Slam the brakes on!

Posted on 19th August 2019

I wouldn’t regard myself as a liar, well, maybe the odd white one but nothing major.  This all changed though when my son was born.  He was just a few

Management – Some need a clip around the ear

Posted on 6th November 2019

Having good manners and respect was something that was drilled into me from an early age. I can recall on more than one occasion feeling the full force of a

Personal Resilience – Proactive v Reactive

Posted on 4th March 2016

I was stood on the 8th Wonder of the World last week – Platform 2 of Chorley Train Station. I stood in the freezing cold waiting patiently for the 7.33am

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

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