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Business Clichés – ‘There’s no I in TEAM’
Clichés of the Business World The corporate world could be considered as ‘full to the brim’ with clichéd phrases designed to motivate, inspire and encourage ...Read more
Five Tips for Overcoming Presentation Nerves
Presentations, love them or loathe them, are an increasingly common and effective way to deliver valuable information to large groups of people in a formal ...Read more
It’s All Greek to Me – Great Greek Thinkers Part Two
Continuing from the previous article, we now look at two more great Greek thinkers who have influenced our modern ways of thinking. Pythagoras – 570 ...Read more
Go On, Convince Me!
Being able to present your viewpoint and convince others is an essential life-skill. Your working life, particularly if you work in a sales-driven or marketing ...Read more
It’s All Greek to Me – Great Greek Thinkers Part One
You’ve probably either used or heard the expression, “It’s all Greek to me” to describe something that seems impossible to understand. But why use Greek ...Read more
Developing Gravitas – is it possible and if so how?
Programmed for Gravitas As human beings, we are programmed to look for leadership and authority. These qualities reassure us and encourage us to perform at ...Read more
Bob Dylan and our most popular course…
It’s entirely possible that these musings are simply a poorly disguised attempt to find another excuse to write about two of the enduring passions in ...Read more
NLP for Telephone Users – A Practical Guide
Electronic Communication Vs Telephone Conversation Sending emails and text messages is so quick and simple that using the telephone for business communication is often overlooked ...Read more
8 Keys to Effective Verbal Communication – Infographic
The balance between skills that help us in informal communication situations rather than formal ones, is explored more on the unique Think on Your Feet® ...Read more
How do I communicate in a crisis?
When something does not go as planned, it can lead to an uncomfortable and unpleasant situation. In a business setting, this can lead to a ...Read more
How to reduce the length and cost of meetings
There really is nothing more draining on the soul than an overly long meeting. With unrelated questions being asked that prolong the agony, sitting for ...Read more
How can we communicate better in one to one meetings?
Have you noticed how some business managers and supervisors seem to get more from people? This is because they understand the need for frequent and ...Read more
Why focus on speaking and presentation Skills?
There are many good reasons as to why employers today are focusing more on their employees’ public speaking and presentation skills. In order to remain ...Read more
Is NLP for you?
Is NLP for you? Business communication with NLP Neuro-Linguistic Programming – or NLP – is an approach to communication, personal development and psychotherapy. Created in ...Read more
Under pressure? Learn to think on your feet!
I don’t know about you, but I like to feel I am well prepared for challenges in the workplace. If an important meeting is looming, ...Read more
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Time is running out – 20% off our January public courses below… For a limited period we are offering 20% discount on our January public ...Read more
4 Tips for nervous public speakers
Confident public speaking: tips for nervous presenters Are you confident about speaking in front of an audience? According to a Wall Street Journal article, the ...Read more
Are you ever put on the spot?
On the spot training: a trainer’s view However well prepared we are for a meeting, a presentation, an interview or a training session, none of ...Read more
Is effective communication the key to leadership?
Communication is central to our lives as human beings. Whether through body language or through the written and spoken word, effective communication is the key ...Read more
Tips for dealing with the media
Journalists from the TV, radio and the newspapers regularly contact businesses and individuals for information and opinions on current issues. If someone from the media ...Read more