Crash, Bang, Wallop – Networking for Superheroes.

Posted Posted in Cambridge, Career Brand, Career Coaching, Career Path, Careers, Coaching, Decision Making, Employment, Goal Setting, Jobs, Learning & Develpment, Mature working, MBA, Networking, Presentations, Problem Solving, Psychology, Return on Investment, Small Business, Technology, Teleworking, Work, Working at Home

Networking can be both a pleasure and a curse. We have all been to networking meetings thinking it may help with career prospects or improve business.  Though more often than not we come away thinking “what was all that about!” We haven’t achieved anything apart from having a nice time, the chance to meet a […]

The Coaching “Business” Conundrum

Posted Posted in Business, Cambridge, Career Brand, Career Coaching, Career Path, Career Theory, Careers, Coaching, Cognitive Behaviour Coaching, Decision Making, Employment, Goal Setting, Group Leaders, Jobs, Leadership, Leadership Styles, Learning & Develpment, MBA, Organisations, Problem Solving, Psychology, Return on Investment, team leaders, Work

Always interesting to read about the many different flavours of business, executive or career coaching psychology on LinkedIn and the web. Coaching, of course, is fast becoming an ever increasingly popular tool for supporting personal & professional development. With a raft of 2-week life-coaching & business mentoring courses through to MSc qualifications in coaching psychology, there […]

Make Your Workplace Training Stick

Posted Posted in Assessment, Business, Cambridge, Careers, Coaching, Evaluation, Jobs, Learning & Develpment, Psychology, Return on Investment, Training, Uncategorized, Work

I have a thing about the lack of evaluation and assessment (E&A) of workplace training & learning, my problem I know.  So while I am getting over that, lets be more positive and look at a few great ways to make your training & learning programmes stick. Needless to say, there are many benefits of […]