Why do some people achieve so much more with their time than others? The answer lies in good time management - the ability to organise, plan and prioritise tasks to make the most of the limited time we have.
Decision-making is an important skill in almost every job and employers really value strong decision-makers in their teams. No matter what position you hold, from boardroom to mailroom, you’ll need to make decisions every day, decisions that can have a big impact on business.
Many of us experience stress in life. Not only can this be profoundly unpleasant, it can seriously affect our health and our work. However, it is possible to manage stress, if you use the right tools and techniques.
Effective coaching is about helping all people reach their full potential, in any area of their lives and for the manager as a coach, this means working with people to improve their performance at work.
It’s all too easy to set objectives that are so general we don’t know exactly what we’re trying to achieve, or whether we’ve achieved it. A structured approach forces us to think more deeply and methodically about what we actually want.