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Lessons in Leadership from Bluey’s Dad.
After the positive feedback I received on my The ‘Ted Lasso’ Way leadership blog, I couldn’t resist sharing my thoughts on another of my favourite characters who embodies the essence of an exceptional coach.
Equipping your organisation with Mental Health First Aiders (MHFA) can be the first phase to being proactive toward your teams’ happiness at work, and a vital step in creating an open and positive mental health culture within your workforce. With our MHFA courses, we’re ready to make a difference.
October marked ADHD awareness month.
So, Jo wanted to take the opportunity to explore neurodiversity, a topic that’s close to her heart, and share with you some of her thoughts and experiences and how employers can look to support their neurodivergent employees
Learn how to develop one of the most sought-after interpersonal skills in the workplace: emotional intelligence.
Arlene provides tips on how you can work on each one of the four components to help build the foundations for stronger connections and relationships with yourself and others.
When delivering leadership programmes I always ask the learners for a famous leader (real or fictious) that inspires them. There are the obvious names that often come up such as the Obamas, Nelson Madela, Sir Alex Ferguson or Professor McGonagall and rightly so. However, there is one name that has started to repeatedly pop up time and time again. Enter Ted Lasso…
A culture that supports positive mental health and wellbeing is absolutely essential for business, now more than ever. Given the stressful and turbulent environment businesses operate in, it’s obvious that the workforce’s mental health will continue to be impacted.
What do you do when a member of your team comes to you with a problem? Do you quickly give them an answer, solution or offer them advice? Have you ever considered the downside of being a manager or colleague who tells rather than ask? Explore how adopting a coaching mentality can increase an individual’s performance.