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Powerful Words that Create Action
Powerful Words Change Lives Words are incredibly powerful, both in our work and personal lives. While it’s true that actions speak louder than words, words are ...Read more
Your Business New Year Resolutions
Now that 2019 has finished, it may be time to take stock of what you have achieved. Perhaps you hit your sales goals or you’ve ...Read more
5 inspirational people who succeeded against the odds
Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus – The Joke Who Became a Great Leader One of the most inspirational Roman emperors is Claudius. During his rule, he ...Read more
CAF – Giving to charity boosts morale at work
Guest blog: Illumine has been fortunate to work with the Charities Aid Foundation and invited them to post a guest blog to tell our readers ...Read more
How do you motivate different people…differently?
The Key to Motivating People One of the greatest things about the human race is the infinite differences between us all. Our likes and dislikes ...Read more
6 Ways To Keep Loving Your Work
It’s easy to fall out of love with the work that we do. Repetition, routine, recurrent problems and boredom lead to apathy and, eventually, disenchantment. ...Read more
Are you Self-Sabotaging? 5 Key Signs and How to Change
What is Self-Sabotaging? Has it ever occurred to you that you’re sometimes your own worst enemy? Perhaps you set yourself goals to achieve, yet often ...Read more
Artwork for Businesses – Why it’s a Great Idea
Did you know that the Deutsche Bank in London features artwork by both Anish Kapoor and Damien Hirst? The bank actually displays 60,000 works of ...Read more
Business Clichés – Part Three
Hopefully, you’ve enjoyed the first two parts of this series. Before we ‘over-mine this rich vein’ of business clichés… in the final part (for now!) ...Read more
Business Clichés Part Two – Blue Sky Thinking
Following on from our last article, Business Clichés – There’s no I in TEAM, we’re going to have a look at a couple more commonly ...Read more
Power Posing – ‘Fake it ‘til you make it’
A Look at How Our Body Language Changes Who We Are What Does Your Body Language Say About You? In the 1960s, a team of ...Read more
Spark Engagement – An Exciting New Approach to Staff Engagement
We at Illumine are VERY excited to have been selected by Spark Engagement Inc to offer exclusively in the UK, the Spark Engagement diagnostic and ...Read more
Resilience in the Face of Change
When someone tries to impose a change upon you that you believe will impact your current circumstances, it’s natural to feel initially opposed to the ...Read more
Neuroscience: The SCARF Model
We live in a world of growing interconnectedness, which is creating an ever-increasing need to improve the way that people work together. Social neuroscience involves ...Read more
What is Emotional Intelligence?
The ability to be able to identify different emotions within yourself and your colleagues and then be able to deal with them in the best ...Read more
The rise, fall and rise again of bite size learning
In our fast-paced society, new objects and ideas, from food to technology, seem to go in and out of fashion before we have had a ...Read more
Is staff development the ultimate employee engagement tool?
Having a committed workforce is critical to your business success. Employee engagement researchers have shown that companies with high levels of employee engagement have better ...Read more
Same old thinking?
Don’t be defensive minded; use smart thinking to underpin your career success. In this article we highlight five essential skills which can help you to ...Read more
Are you a Lark or an Owl?
Larks vs Owls: lessons from sporting performance As a manager, an important aspect of getting the best from your employees – and from yourself – ...Read more
What’s your leadership style?
What makes an outstanding leader? There is no one answer. Some of the best leaders have been quiet, analytical types, always willing to listen and with their ...Read more