Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’

The bounce-back effect of inspirational goals

How to bounce back after a hard day Today started with some negative feedback from a client. In actual fact it wasn’t particularly negative, it just wasn’t glowing praise. Such […]

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The inner game of work – creating an engagement culture

Timothy Gallwey, regarded by many as the father of coaching, wrote The Inner Game of Tennis in 1974.  He later demonstrated how the same fundamentals apply to getting the best […]

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Do what I say, not what I do! The neuroscience of hypocrisy

Have you ever wondered why a sad film makes you cry? Or why a tense drama has you on the edge of your seat?   The reason is: mirror neurons! […]

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The rule of 1 percent – a business success strategy

“In order to succeed in business and differentiate yourself from competitors, you do not have to be 1000% better at one thing; you have to be 1% better at 1000 […]

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