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Assertiveness at work

I’m Ok, You’re Ok – Assertiveness at work explained

Being assertive at work can be really hard, and this is something many people struggle with. Our insecurities, perceived weaknesses, motivations and goals can all stop us from being...

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Leadership Development – bringing the team together

In this interview, Rebecca Cooper, Head of People and Development at ACT Training shares her experience of what effective leadership development looks like in action. ACT Training provides a...

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Which is best – online or face-to-face training?

Online learning was pushed into the spotlight a few years ago out of necessity. Since then, many of our customers still choose to develop their teams via a virtual...

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Delegating effectively

Management essentials – how to delegate effectively

Being a manager means taking on more responsibilities and also letting go of others. However, as much as we know delegation is a good thing – we still struggle...

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Project Management at Henley Business School

With a myriad of different projects in progress across this large educational institute, the lack of a shared approach to managing them was challenging. We introduced them to the =mc Systems Model and a more cohesive approach and the benefits have been widespread.

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