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.

Breathing Life into Half Hearted Well-being Policies

Well-being has to be essential to what you do, not an afterthought. Let’s say your employer set you a target of smoking 100 cigarettes a week, and stipulated that you eat only fast food and sugary drinks in office hours. Then they gave you some vouchers for a health spa and told you they wanted … Continued

Build a Better Brand: Channel Your Inner Boris

UK PM Boris Johnson has shown that flaws can be part of your brand. Boris Johnson is doing well. At least in the opinion polls he is getting higher rates of approval than when he first took over as the UK’s Prime Minister. Over that same period, Johnson has suffered the following setbacks, among others: … Continued

A New Way of Tackling Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome is that feeling of being slightly out of one’s depth, not really belonging. It’s the fear that other people at work believe you don’t know what you are doing or are faking it. We have probably all had the “internal experience of intellectual phoniness” which was first coined in an original article by … Continued

3 Pillars of Influence

When trying to become a person of influence think about the 3 pillars of influence, these will be significant in achieving the outcome you desire. Our expert coach, Tom Cassidy explains each pillar below: 1. People Separate the person from the problem you are trying to influence. Most people want to solve the problem so … Continued

5 Myths about Preparation

If you want to be world-class at something, everyone knows that you need to prepare. Yet in business, preparation seems to be overlooked too much.  Here are some ideas about why this is so… 1. It will take a long time… Good preparation is not like revising for an exam. It does not take hours. … Continued

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