The world is full of fascinating events and scientific observations that hinge on Interpersonal communication. From politics and business through to society and culture It is a subject that enthrals us every day. We want to share our observations with you in the form of our Blog. Please read, enjoy and comment.

Learning & Development Infographic

Learning and development is crucial to new hires and staff retention, you know it in your bones and you may well have in-house statistics and data to back up your gut feel. There has been a lot of research done on the assumed and real costs of now having a robust learning and development program … Continued

Good Networking – Christmas Tips

What is good networking? – Top Networking Tips For Christmas Networking is an art that can be practiced and honed. Read on to find out how to develop more useful connections through good listening and good communication. Networking – Quality not quantity It is very easy to think that networking means knowing as many people … Continued

Never Let A Misogynist Be A Leader

Donald Trump’s comments before a TV appearance in 2005, in an old recording carefully released just before the second TV debate, have ricocheted around the world. Some people have been very shocked. Some say they are not surprised, claiming that he has always flaunted his disregard for any notion of compassion, good manners and respect … Continued

The Top 3 Challenges Of Digital Communication

Always-on workplace digital communication presents big challenges for employers and employees. Here we identify the big three . . . A lot of workers feel overwhelmed by having to operate in today’s digital world and it’s easy to see why. Digital can be relentless but it is an inevitable fact of modern working life. There … Continued

Making Onboarding & New Recruits Count

  INTRODUCTION There are some critical facts to be aware of and to consider when looking at your onboarding process for new staff. Clerical workers achieve full productivity after eight weeks in a new job. Professionals take just under five months (20 weeks) and executives just over six months (26 weeks), according to research by … Continued

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