Top 10 tips on giving remarkable feedback Giving feedback is crucial to being a good manager and leader. Getting it right is the difference between being “good” and being “great”. Read full article
Remarkable conversations are those that people can’t stop talking about. We remember the clarity, the ease and the great outcomes that come about. Often those people we have the most inspiring conversations with are also (unsurprisingly) the remarkable leaders of people, projects or ideas.
Shoot straight and aim high In an industry chock-full of feel-good philosophers, straight talking Georgia Murch is teaching businesses how to tell it like it is. Read full article
How not to be an awesome communicator Inspiring conversations – 10 common mistakes that stop you from becoming an awesome communicator. Read full article
Most organisations and individuals understand the value and power of giving and receiving feedback. We are aware it builds trust and respect between our employees, customers and stakeholders. We know that great conversations lead to better outcomes and therefore productivity and profit. So we send our people to a training program in the hope they…
When it comes to conversations and collaborating with others it can sometimes feel like two steps forward and four steps back. Then other days you are climbing the ladder in leaps and bounds; building great relationships and making the most impressive decisions through collaborating with others.
So you’ve had a s*&t of morning. Slept badly on your neck and have a shooting pain up the left side, the hot water tank is broken which meant a cold shower, combine that with the cold shoulder from your partner (didn’t have time to decipher the silent treatment – can’t wait for tonight, not!)…
When you make judgments about people quickly those generalisations might be incorrect and they can also box you into an unhealthy way of thinking and building relationships with people.
Have you ever wondered why when the same data is presented to different people it can result in a myriad of perspectives? You say tomatoe, I say tomato kind of thing. How we interpret and receive information is unique to us as individuals.
The end of financial year is upon us and is loaded with challenges. Whether it’s preparing end of year reports, balancing bonuses’ to be paid, preparing for performance reviews, or trying to remain healthy through the mania, so you can recharge for the new financial year. Either way, there’s stuff to deal with and stuff…