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Increase Success with Presentation Skills Training for Employees

Presentation skills are one of the most important skill sets in the business world, yet when asked to deliver a presentation most people are filled with dread. According to one study, 20% of people would do almost anything to get out of giving a presentation, including pretending to be sick. What’s more – 75% of … Continued

The Benefits of Mindfulness Training in the Workplace

Mindfulness practise produces measurable changes in the structure of the brain, it increases grey matter in the parts of the brain associated with logical thinking, balanced perspective, and other executive functioning. You heard that right: mindfulness actually changes the physical makeup of your brain — for the better! Here are 5 ways mindfulness training in … Continued

The Importance of Corporate Training for Business

In the current economic climate, many companies find training and development opportunities to be too expensive and decide against paying out. However, corporate training is highly beneficial to both organisation and individual employees; the ample benefits make the cost and time invested in training truly worthwhile. Here are 8 ways corporate training could help your … Continued

6 Character Traits of Leaders with Executive Presence

Character is the sum total of you: your values, beliefs, talents and formative experiences. A combination of all the intangible qualities that make you uniquely you. These are a person’s internal motivators; they energise and make work and life meaningful. Developing leaders with executive presence is about helping them to understand what motivates, enriches and … Continued

Developing Executive Presence: Using Stories to Create Substance

In our recent posts, we have discussed ways of developing executive presence, the key to great leadership and the three pillars which it is built on. In this post, we will discuss the second pillar of executive presence – Substance. Substance is the what of your communication. It’s what you are choosing to say to … Continued

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