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Manage Others
Yendor Felgate

10 Reasons Why HR should embrace Coaching

Gallup suggests that whilst the world’s workplace has been going through extraordinary historic change, the practice of management has been stuck in time for more than 30 years. Whilst there have been many changes, we can perhaps focus on two that impact HR directly. Traditional performance management systems are simply not working, and today’s employees, particularly the millennials are asking for something different. They want a coach, and not a boss. In other words, how

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Run A Better Business
Yendor Felgate

The Power of Teams

Teams are obviously not new to organisations, but the way in which companies are using them is changing.  Rigid hierarchies are giving way to fast paced digital markets, where organisations are developing dynamic networks of interdisciplinary teams.

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Know Your Strengths
Magriet Mouton

Who Are The Best Sales People?

Everyone I talk to seems to have their own perception about selling and their own selling ability, which is usually negative.  This is surprising because as people in the workplace, we are constantly ‘selling’ our views, products, services and influencing relationships.

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Manage Others
Yendor Felgate

Can Bad Managers Be Saved?

This question comes up often when talking with leaders in business.  Most organisation have areas that consistently show poor employee engagement, which in many cases can be traced back to managers with limited or no talent for people management.

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Manage Others
Yendor Felgate

10 Talking Points to Refocus Annual Performance Reviews

Nothing gets the conversation going amongst the HR community than the one concerning annual performance reviews. Many HR practitioners are looking to transition to a strengths based approach whilst keeping more traditional performance management processes.

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Manage Others
Magriet Mouton

Millennials and Development

Millennials care deeply about their development when looking for jobs and naturally in their current roles. An impressive 87% of millennials rate “professional or career growth and development opportunities” as important to them in a job.

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