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5 benefits of a remote workforce

More employees than ever before work remotely. Experts predict that by 2020, 30% of the workforce will either be freelance, outsourced or remote workers. While the benefits of working from home are clear for employees, the advantages for employers are not always so obvious. So, how can you benefit from a flexible approach that gives your employees the freedom to work from home?

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25 ways to immediately build trust at work

Trust is the foundation for building strong teams, creating a positive work culture, and producing results. When people don’t trust you, it shows in their behaviour. They double-check your work, they micro-manage you, and they don’t listen to you or take your leadership seriously. Conversely, employees who trust their colleagues and leaders are more likely to be open, honest, empathetic, collaborative and constructive.

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How to keep good talent by embracing feedback

How to keep good talent by embracing feedback Related training: Employee Engagement and Motivation – 1 Day Course Keeping good talent is essential to the success of a business. Therefore, it’s vital to create a workplace culture that encourages employee engagement. Some bosses think adding perks such as coffee machines and free lunch is enough…

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The value of feedback and understanding your blind spots

The value of feedback and understanding your blind spots Related training: Managing People Performance – 1 Day Course Difficult Conversations in the Workplace – 1 Day Course Feedback. Many people cringe at the word and some head for the proverbial hills. However, there is value in feedback that should be embraced and celebrated. Feedback can do…

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  • Leading teams that work consistently together requires a specific set of leadership and managerial skills.
  • 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.
  • 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.