Guest Blog: Those aged 18 – 34 will soon make up around half the entire UK workforce. How can health and wellbeing programmes shift to meet their needs? Asks Pippa Andrews at VitalityHealthRead More
Being a Manager is a tough gig. You’ve been promoted because you’re good at what you do, you’ve succeeded in your role and the next step is to manage a team of others and in turn support them to succeed. But being good at what you do doesn’t automatically qualify you to be able to handle the complex dynamics of a team and the differing needs of your individual reports. Here’s our top 3 quick tips for being the manager people never want to leave.Read More
Creating a coaching culture where managers are able to have more meaningful conversations is a great way to accelerate performance and engagement. We know this. But sometimes...
It can be really hard to stick to a coaching approach when your talent is asking you to just tell them the answer to their problem, or to give them the solution to a particular challenge.Read More
One-to-ones are crucial when it comes to effectively managing your people and understanding their goals, aspirations and drivers. It’s also about building a relationship on a human level that brings out the best in everyone, supporting each member of your team to reach their potential.
Here are our 5 top tips to get you off to a flying start…Read More
Sir David Brailsford (former Performance Director of British Cycling) ‘professionalised’ the “aggregation of marginal gains.” He explained it as “the 1 per cent margin for improvement in everything you do.”...
His belief was that if you improved every area related to performance by just 1 per cent, then those small gains…Read More
There’s a new dance craze sweeping the nation.
Only kidding. But seriously, are we still throwing money at problems like retention, engagement and performance? 2016 was a year of enlightenment. We learnt a lot. We found out that Millennials are really…