Blog

The Importance of Understanding your Personality Type in the Workplace

The Importance of Understanding your Personality Type in the Workplace

The Importance of Understanding your Personality Type in the Workplace Related training: Communication Skills for Managers with DISC® – 1 Day Course Humans are the most social beings on earth. But we are also the most selfish. As part of our social/selfish paradox, we are constantly resolving the tensions within ourselves between getting ahead and getting…

Read More
How effective are you as a leader?

How Effective are you as a Leader?

How Effective are you as a Leader? Related training: Supervision and People Management – 2 Day Course Leadership Skills for Managers – 2 Day Course To understand what defines an effective leader, means delineating the difference between a leader and a manager. The skills that define an effective manager include planning, organisation, communication, intellect, analytical thought…

Read More
6 Tips for Managing People who are Hard to Manage

5 Traits that Predict Leadership

5 Traits that Predict Leadership Related training: Leadership Skills for Managers – 2 Day Course Leadership is regarded as somewhat of a mystery. Nonetheless, for some organisations, the mystery is worth solving. While many companies still look backwards with employee analytics, progressive organisations are using predictive techniques to appraise their most important investment—their leaders. But…

Read More
How to Keep Your Team Engaged Heading into the Holiday Season

How to Keep Your Team Engaged Heading into the Holiday Season

How to Keep Your Team Engaged Heading into the Holiday Season Related training: Employee Engagement and Motivation – 1 Day Course Again and again, employers find that the start of the holiday season is a time when employees begin to relax and unwind. Often, they’re preoccupied with gift shopping, family gatherings, and parties. This distraction…

Read More
Follow On Instagram
Scroll to top

Browse Our Other Course

  • Actively engaged staff members have an emotional commitment to their work and take greater responsibility for it, which positively benefits their job satisfaction, co-workers, and employer.
  • Leading teams that work consistently together requires a specific set of leadership and managerial skills.
  • One of the most desirable yet elusive aspirations in many organisations is to providing exceptional customer service, and leading a team to achieve this requires a specific set of skills.