By Dominique Périlleux

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By Rachel Treece

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By Rachel Treece

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By Rachel Treece

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Rachel Treece

A recent Harvard Business Review article stated, “Great performance can never come without great people and culture, and the opposite is also true – great people and culture are usually linked to high-performing organisations.”

 

Over recent years the financial services industry, an industry which I work with very closely has seen the devastating effect that the wrong culture can cause, both in terms of performance and reputation. Read more.

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Sophia Clemmer

Do you like to go on vacation? I do. Enormously. And when I talk to my friends and family they all love it too. And what they normally say is that ‘this is a nice change’; ‘to break out from the routine’; they “like the change of scenery” and they really enjoy it. So it made me start to think. Why are we so positive about this kind of change that we are actually looking forward to it? Is it because we can go back to our routine afterwards? What we normally bring back from a vacation are experiences, stories and even new friends. We might have changed our perspective of things and change the way we think about our own life, country and lifestyle. Read more.

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Rachel Treece

Britain’s historic vote to leave the EU is instantly one of the most important political and economic stories of the 21st century. Its implications will impact businesses, and the accountants who help run them, all over the globe.

 

I have a view on how this dramatic event manifested and it’s a subject that lies so close to my heart – this is organisational health. Poor organisational health meant that the UK government caught the cold, the media developed influenza and before we knew it the UK developed pneumonia. I firmly believe that strong organisational health is built on the back of Leadership, Communication & Culture. So what went wrong? Read more.

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Sean M. Kelly

"We should base our decisions on awareness rather than on mechanical habit. That is, we act on a keen appreciation for the essential factors that make each situation unique instead of from conditioned response" - The US Marines Corps Book of Strategy

 

The first question is "What is Mindfulness?" The most quoted definition is from Jon Kabat Zinn, which defines it as "the awareness that arises from paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, non judgementally".

 

The second question is "Why would we want to introduce Mindfulness into our organisation?". Read more.

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David White

Audience attention levels start high but inevitably dip as your presentation unfolds.

 

However dull your presentation may have become, there is one thing you can be sure of. Your audience will mysteriously emerge from their slumbers as you start to finish. So the trick is to use this re-awakening to make sure they have got all your key messages.

 

Just as your INTRO can be devised with a simple model, you can do the same with your Conclusionsssssss. And here the trick is remembered by keeping just one letter in your mind ‘S’. But there a few of them. Read more.

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Sean M. Kelly

Sean M Kelly is a very accomplished Professional and Personal Development Trainer and Coach with over fifteen years experience in the training industry. He has developed and delivered training to many successful businesses and organisations all over Europe. In general, Sean aims to inspire and show organisations and individuals how to use more of their infinite potential. More specifically he focuses on providing interactive, experiential and empowering training/coaching. Watch the video.

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David White

I’m reliably informed that even our ever confident American cousins find giving presentations one of the scariest challenges of modern life. If they are scared, we all have a right to be. But we all have to brave this horror from time to time, so it’s a fear we have to overcome. We all have to put forward ideas in meetings, make occasional speeches at events, or pep up our teams.

 

The purpose of this little piece is to help you with the most important part of a presentation: the start. After all, most people fall asleep soon after that. As with any activity, if we make a good start our confidence and form improves. But if we make a mess of the start, it is hard to recover. Read more.

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