Being able to challenge behaviour, decisions or practices is an important part of the collaborative working process.
Effective delegation supports staff development and employee engagement, helps to build a culture of trust, and improves both individual and team performance.
Beyond our basic need to survive, we are all motivated by very different things depending on our personality and life experiences.
This course looks at how trust develops, its importance in the workplace and how to improve our ability to build and maintain it.
Giving feedback is an essential part of supporting the development of your staff.
Inclusive leaders know how to leverage a diversity of skills, experience and perspectives in a way that delivers competitive advantage for their organisation.
Being able to influence others is essential for inspiring and motivating people, getting them to buy into our vision and ensuring they deliver.
This course provides advice for leaders and managers on how to manage their remote workers and ensure that they remain connected, engaged and productive.
Ever since the 1990s, we’ve been sold the many benefits of diversity. We know that having the most diverse mix of people in our organisation makes us able to be more creative, spot opportunities and solve problems – not to mention making us more desirable as employers and boosting our public profile.
Coaching focuses on helping people to draw on their own resources in order to meet the challenges of their role. This short course explains the benefits of a coaching approach and shows how to have effective coaching conversations.