5 Tips for Great Project Management

Project management goes way beyond delivering specific tasks and it requires team collaboration and being able to form and grow strong client relationships. Your key stakeholders play a key role in helping you to stay focused on the right priorities and to get things done – so managing these relationships effectively creates increased clarity and focus. Continue reading 5 Tips for Great Project Management

#TrueOrFalse: The Three V’s of Communication

Also referred to as the “7-38-55 rule”, coaches and trainers quote the research conducted by Albert Mehrabian PhD that postulates that communications consists of 7% verbal, 38% vocal (inflection, tone, etc), and 55% visual (body language) content. It is hypothesized that when there is a disparity between something that is said, and how we say it, people generally take the vocal and visual components of our communication as the bulk of the information. Continue reading #TrueOrFalse: The Three V’s of Communication

[Book Review] Black Box Thinking by Matthew Syed

It’s hardly surprising that Matthew Syed is fascinated by the concept of marginal gains and the secrets of high performance. Not just a journalist, commentator, author, broadcaster (and breathe …), he is a double Olympian, having represented Great Britain in Barcelona and Sydney as one of the world’s top table tennis players. Continue reading [Book Review] Black Box Thinking by Matthew Syed

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Co-creation, Collaboration, and Coaching – the Changing Face of Leadership Development

Open Source Leadership roundtable discussion, 13 September 2018, London As L&D/Talent practitioners (and indeed for us as a leadership success partner) it takes a certain amount of honesty and vulnerability to declare that when it comes to developing successful leaders, … Continue reading Co-creation, Collaboration, and Coaching – the Changing Face of Leadership Development