Monthly Archives: March 2016
5 things to consider to make learning work
Over the years we’ve experimented with a stack of interesting learning formats and experiences all aimed at finding that prized combination of curious engagement and meaningful adaptation with our learners. We’ve had plenty of successes and our fair share of near misses as well.
Skilful dialogue around the issues that matter most
Dysfunctional interactions not only have a negative effect on the people involved but over time they can set the scene for a toxic organisational culture. Every manager needs a way to negotiate these moments of truth effectively. This post looks at how we can engage in key conversations to solve problems, influence results and enhance relationships along the way.