I’m sure most of us have heard of or seen the character from Little Britain called Vicky Pollard – famous for her ‘yeah but no but yeah but not but’ dialogue.
Is life always fair? We all face ups and downs in our life but how do we deal with the situation...
As a learning consultant, I get asked this a lot. And, I’m always a little embarrassed by it. For the most part, I get the question from people who are in their twenties. They want to know “the secret path to the top of the leadership ladder” or they just simply comment, “I just want to be a manager and in charge!”
This is a question I get asked a lot when running courses in communication. It’s the answer many seek for years without ever finding a solution.
I’m sure you’ve heard the term used by the marketing departments so frequently that it often seems tired and outdated. In fairness, it expresses what all brands strive for but don’t all get: genuine customer loyalty.
Do you ever wonder why your team just isn’t connecting or collaborating? Do you wish people could understand each other and just appreciate the strengths each person brings to your team?
I’ve been working over the last few days with a variety of delegates looking at good meeting practice. It’s always a good insight to hear about the things that happen in meetings that I’d forgotten existed out there in the non-learning environment world.
I heard on the news earlier this week that it was ‘Blue Monday’. No, not a day dedicated to New Order and their legendary song, but a day that experts say is the day of the year on which most of us feel at our lowest ebb.