Business Communication

01Jun 2018
Why good managers need to be leaders

Managers and leaders. They’re one and the same, right? The short answer is “NO”. The concept does cause confusion, for although it is relatively easy to distinguish between the two roles, many people are both (or at least, try to be both). Managers by definition have a position of power over others, usually through having […]

22Mar 2018
neurodifference, workplace, stress, disability

The workplace is often set up in a way which encourages people to push themselves harder, through targets, incentives or simple performance markers. What some employers fail to understand is how this basic measuring can, at times, exacerbate the difficulties of people who have a hidden disability or neuro-difference.

10Dec 2015
personality psychometric profiling

Have you ever wondered what the secret to developing highly performing teams is? Effective management is the obvious answer but as any experienced manager knows, there is no such thing as a ‘one-size-fits-all’ management strategy. Different people have different strengths and weaknesses and need to be managed accordingly. Some people may not even be suitable […]

28Feb 2015
Business NLP applications

Basic skills which improve and enhance rapport building, communication, and goal setting are all widely used in the world of business, even though the people using them are very often not aware of their NLP origin. And this is just the tip of the NLP iceberg.

03Jul 2014
NLP psychology

Behind the name ‘Neurolinguistic Programming’ which, according to legend, came about as a student prank, hides a very well founded and complex psychological discipline. Neurolinguistic Programming, or NLP in short, started off as an academic project, an investigation into the speech patterns of three well known psychotherapists:  the originator of conversational hypnosis Milton Erickson, the […]