Building capability around
the challenges of the day
We'll explore the ways in which we can support ourselves holistically, to become better equipped for whatever comes our way at work.
By refining our relationship with the ways we give and receive feedback, we'll enjoy more purposeful and productive relationships.
It can be uncomfortable to acknowledge, but within any mind, team or organisation — there is unconscious bias.
With customer expectations for seamless and personalised experiences always increasing, Design Thinking has never been a more valuable or relevant method to master.
We can all benefit from a stronger and more confident voice, and there are accessible and actionable methods of developing one.
Through changing our perceptions, and applying some basic principles, we can all increase the chances of finding flow within our everyday work.
From managing stakeholders to easy elements of agile approaches, we tour the latest tools and techniques that work at work.
By reframing fear as opportunity we're able to transform the way we think about challenges in front of us, and how to positively approach them.
A coaching mindset, and methods for putting into into play, will enrich your management style in all directions
Unravelling the power of stories and how to harness their power to persuade in all kinds of modern spaces.
There are simple and easy to action ways to boost our sense of authority, presence and gravitas at work. And by mastering them, we can quickly create influential impact.
By equipping ourselves with techniques for breathing more consciously, we can improve our sense of connection and wellbeing in the workplace.
Exploring the principles and practices that can help us painlessly and purposefully meet the people we want to meet.
Exploring the art and science of running creative and engaging meetings, gatherings and other get-togethers.
Refining and combining our skills of empathy, listening and questioning will enable us to purposefully manage relationships with those more senior.
A great presentation is really a demonstration of authenticity, and of understanding who it is we're presenting to. And of knowing how to get out of our own way.
Popularised within the Agile movement, retrospective are a great tool for reflecting at the end of a project. What worked, what could be better — where are the opportunities?
The pressure to deliver more with less is a common challenge. How can we equip ourselves and our teams with tools to thrive in turbulent times?
By mastering the art of the negotiation, we can positively and purposefully pull others towards our point of view.
In today's fast-moving and ambiguous world of work, it's no surprise that we often feel pressured and unfocussed. Hardly the best context for making good decisions.