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The Priceless Benefits of Training in Organisations

Imagine this: You are in need of life saving surgery and you were given a choice between two different doctors. One is a trained surgeon and a specialist in their field, and the other was not. Which of the two would you choose?

What if the cost of having the untrained doctor as your surgeon was...

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Communication: The Secret Ingredient to Effective Leadership

“The art of communication is the language of leadership.” James Humes

As fruitcake lacks spirit without wine, so does leadership without communication. Communication is a skill every leader should have — it is the core ingredient to effective leadership.

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Remote Working: Friend or Foe?

Whilst there are obvious benefits for employees in working remotely, do they outweigh the negatives, and how can Social and Emotional Intelligence competencies help both the employer and employee?

 

In today’s world, striking a balance between work and home life can be a challenge!

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Inspirational Leadership: Making a Difference in Peoples’ Lives

On the 28th of August 1963, a speech delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. became a major turning point in American history.

King spent most of his life advocating equal rights for all. He used non-violent resistance to overcome injustice and to put an end to segregation laws which prevented...

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You Know You Should Be Outsourcing HR When You Run Into These 7 Problems

Small and medium business owners often delay outsourcing HR because of the perceived loss of control or the perceived costs involved.

Both reasons may be misguided. Once you’ve reached the ‘tipping point’ when it is no longer cost-effective, time-effective or productive to look...

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Mastering the Helm of our Emotions

On the fateful night of April 14, 1912, the lives of 2,222 passengers of the LMS Titanic would never be the same again. The Titanic, the largest “unsinkable” luxury ship ever known in the history of mankind, met its tragic end when it hit an iceberg in the middle of the North Atlantic...

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Replacing Unwanted Behaviour With Results

Have you ever observed a group of children at play and noticed how they interact with each other?

They start out with an amiable spirit play and they laugh and run around. They might disagree, which often ends with tears or with fists flying around, and they form these little groups where someone...

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Running Life’s Race with Perseverance

In 1968, a Tanzanian marathon runner made history.  John Stephen Akhwari was one of the four athletes who was sent on the long journey from East Africa to Mexico City in pursuit of Tanzania’s first-ever Olympic medal. In the height of the competition, Akhwari cramped up due to the...

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