Entries by Emily Dean

Like, knowledge and respect

Many managers secretly worry about how much their employees like them. Many worry that they have to have the highest levels of work knowledge and capability in every area amongst their team. Such worries are commonplace. We train dozens of […]

April’s Google review winner

Congratulations to Luke Hodson from Clifford Talbot Partnership Ltd who is the winner of April’s Google review draw. Each month we put everybody who leaves us a Google review into a draw to be in with a chance of winning […]

Rapid Reflection gets Rapid Results

The most effective leaders recognise that they still have things they can learn. They understand that specific learning goals coupled with conscious effort and attention help them to be successful. This balance of self-awareness and self-discipline is what makes them […]

Are you an intentional listener?

As a manager, one of the key skills you must master is the ability to listen. By listening attentively, and intentionally, your working relationships will improve. Your team members will feel valued and that what they say to you matters. […]

March’s Google review winner

Many congratulations to Joe Pothecary from Brittany Ferries who is our winner of March’s Google review draw. Every month we put everybody who has left us a Google review into a draw to win a £100 gift voucher of your […]

What’s Next for Remote Working?

For just over a year now, huge swathes of the country have been carrying out their day-to-day jobs from their own homes. But, as the world begins to take tentative steps towards normality, organisations across the globe are starting to […]

A bottle of Champagne for you and your Managers

The Value of your Learning and Development Every month dozens of managers celebrate achieving their ILM qualifications in Leadership and Management or completing their Certificates of Learning in Leadership or Commercial Skills with Impellus. Many of those supervisors, managers, account […]

Mind over Matter

How Mindset and Culture Will Help Your Team Flourish. As a graduate student, psychologist Carol Dweck began observing how children flourished in failure. It seems like an oxymoron- how can you flourish when you’ve not succeeded? Psychologically, it appears that […]