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10 mistakes that most presenters make and how to avoid them

If you are in the working world, or even if you haven’t yet taken that step,...

Cross-Cultural Presentations

With cross-cultural engagement, token adjustments are not an option. If the...

Tips for Confident and Effective Presentations

Roscoe Tanner a dit: «Le cerveau humain est une chose merveilleuse. Il...

Death by Powerpoint – Are you guilty?

You've all heard of the expression, "Death by Powerpoint" - a bit of a...

12 Language learning resolutions

It's that time of year again, the end of one year and the start of a new one -...

Social Media – Learning, Innovation, Communication and Collaboration

I was speaking to a client today about the curious case of social media and...

When 3 meters becomes just too far

Have you ever been in a room, with a group of colleagues, clients or business...

Why we need to change the way we learn – Fast!

There have been excellent arguments that have promoted the notions of Lifelong...

The problem with social learning is in the word

  The problem with social media and social learning revolve around the...

If you are feeling down – Get Inspired!

We all get a bit down now and again and often make a mountain out of a...

How do you know when coaching works?

This is a question that anyone involved in coaching - from both sides - client...

Social Media Can’t Kill Email … Can it?

As a glib response, Email is already slowly killing off email! “People are...

25 Ways to Improve your Twitter Experience

OK, I know it has been done before, but it is still a fresh subject for many,...

Knowledge is no longer Power

The expression was supposedly keyed by Francis Bacon in the 16th century, so...

Death by Powerpoint – How to kill off a Presentation

You've all heard of the expression, "Death by Powerpoint" - a bit of a...

Dealing with Aggressive Customer Complaints – Using The DESCRI Model

Working in a service industry or in a customer-facing role can be quite...

How do you know if you are getting Coaching?

Coaching - the word that either leaves us with very positive or very negative...

Want to be more effective? 20 tips to Create a ‘Not-To-Do’ List

The great thing about process time is that it lets us do just that - take a...

Social Media & Business – The Wisdom of the Profits

Twitter use is growing daily throughout the world - there are Turkish, Chinese...

There is More to Listening than You May have Heard!

It may seem strange that in English we have just one word for the act of...

Social Media and business – is the Customer King again!

Giving good customer service ought to be one of the first objectives and...

Why traditional education hates social learning

What’s the problem with social learning ? Well, there are many – one thing is...

Oxymorons and pleonasms – our very own virtual realities

I've just finished work - you sort of know what I do, I write about it on this...

Leveraging Learning from Annual Appraisals

It's that time of year again - the swallows are arriving, birds are building...

Coaching the Alpha Male

Bold, self-confident and demanding, alpha males get things done. But the traits that make them so productive can also drive their coworkers crazy.

Coaching Tools – The Johari Window

The Johari window was invented by two Americans in the 1950's, Joseph Luff and...

Tips for Confident and Effective Presentations

Roscoe Tanner famously said, « The human brain is a wonderful thing. It starts...

Why Bother Writing Learning Objectives?

Why bother writing Learning Objectives? Why go to the bother of writing...

Presentation Skills – Preparation part 2

If you have read the first part of this two-part series you will be ready now...

Look at Yourself After Watching This – How do you Feel?

You may have had a bad week, you know the sort of thing - the boss or your...

Presentation Skill – Preparation – Part 1

Presentations, that's speaking in front of an audience, as we all know, are...

The Life of a Hashtag – Toulouse

We've all seen hashtags pop up on the Trending Topics list, then fade away...

There’s no point fighting stress – Manage it!

Have you have ever been in a stressful situation - what am I saying? Of course...

Learning 3.0 Are we up to the challenge?

I decided to write this post in response to one of the comments I received on...

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong learning is a valuable tool for personal and professional development at any age, but particularly for Third Agers. This article reports on how one Third Ager learns from young adults in his college level classes. It presents some of the main issues that concern young adults today.

Even Negative People have Positive Intentions

If you are in a situation where you are rubbing shoulders in some way with...

Mind Mapping The Perfect Project Plan

The perfect plan for any project, whether it be starting a business or writing a book, is mind mapping. (A unique technique of organizing your mind on a specific topic on paper.)

Language is What Makes Humans Unique

Language is what separates humans from animals and is one of the most...

Language as a Window into Human Nature

Language and meaning are a fascinating subject - as illustrated in the video...

25 Tips to Motivate People in Your Organisation

Organisations which suffer from a lack of initiative coming from their people...

Job Stress Management – Methods of Managing Stress in the Workplace

For many of us, our jobs are a major cause of the stress in our lives. The sources of stress at the workplace can be long hours and physical exertion, a demanding boss, coworkers that we don’t get along with, or countless other things. Whatever your specific situation may be, it is of little doubt that learning how to reduce and manage job stress is an important part of your overall stress reduction and relaxation strategy.

Developing Team Skills Through Delegation

  Delegation is one of the key aspects of leadership and management and...

Learning to Listen – One of the hard Soft Skills

One of the most important keys to becoming a good learners is the ability to...

Is there a difference between Accent and Pronunciation in Language Learning?

I was speaking with a French woman this morning who said that she is terrified...

Group Coaching – Transforming Groups into Teams

Some purists will have their hackles up after reading the title of this post,...

Calculating ROI of e-learning

Welcome to the world of calculating ROI of e-learning! According to a survey, the worldwide market size for e-learning tools was estimated at a staggering $235M in 2002, and is rapidly growing towards a benchmark of $816M by 2006 depicting an annual growth rate of 37%.

10 Reasons Why Training Fails So Often

Millions of people in as many companies spend billions a day on training, in...

Why Soft Skills of Leadership Are So Hard to Develop

Leadership is the ability to motivate and influence a group toward the achievement of goals. As a manager, what is your role in motivating and retaining employees? How are you measured? What do you do? Why? What are the results? How will your employees remember you?

Who am I? Raising Self Concept and Self Esteem

Ever been in a group setting where people are introducing themselves and...

10 Steps to Implementing 360° Feedback as a Powerful Learning tool

360° feedback is a multi-source form of feedback aimed at improving...

Shortcuts to language learning … dream on

Yes, it's me again, bursting all the balloons and shattering all the dreams of...

Is your accent important in the workplace?

It is sometimes surprising how some of us consider that we do not have a...

Managing Stress and Priorities

Duration - 2 days Course Objectives After attending this 2-day course,...

The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

[youtube]http://youtu.be/u6XAPnuFjJc[/youtube] This lively RSAnimate, adapted...

What is Coaching Anyway?

As coaches we often say that coaching is not something which can be described in words, it must be experienced. On one occasion when I was asked to speak on the subject unexpectedly, I followed a few headlines hastily scribbled in the ‘little black book’ I always carry. Afterwards, some of my audience shared with me that this was the first time they had ever understood exactly what coaching was. To the best of my recollection, this is what I said.

Self-Direction in Learning helps Develop Confidence in Adults

It seems that, no matter what topic I train in, the one big issue with...

Stress Management Strategies

Stress Management utilises a number of different and varied techniques to help control and minimise stress. This in turn helps prevent stress causing damage to your well being be it physical, or mental. The process begins by identifying the main causes of stress in your life and your reaction to it. Using several techniques the stress is either minimised or the reaction to it is reduced.

Self Concept and Learning – You cannot teach adults anything!

Self concept is a multi-dimensional construct that entails the perception of...

Biological Altruism – Are We Hard-Wired to Act in a Socially Caring Manner Or to Seek Personal Gain

There exists a current debate over whether behaving in a socially caring manner, or social altruism, is a learned behavior or whether human beings are hard wired, or genetically predisposed, to behave in such a way. There are surely rational arguments for each side. However, some studies indicate that altruism is indeed hard wired into the human brain as well as the brains of several other species. In essence, humans can’t help the urge to help.

Online Learning Glossary – Real Meanings For Real People

Are you considering using online learning in your workplace or classroom, but don’t understand some of the terms you come across? Or are you considering a career in designing/developing online learning? This article will help you wade through the basic terms associated with this medium.

Deep and Surface Learning

Take anything that you have learnt in the past or that you are learning at...

Conflict Resolution in 12 Simple Steps

Conflict is a fact of life - it happens all the time to all of us, whether it...

Cultural Differences – Perception of Time

Difference in the perception is time is an important aspect of social and business interaction that an expatriate manager has to deal with. Training on the perception of time as a cultural sensitization exercise would a go a long in helping the expatriate manager ‘fit-in’ to the new cultural surroundings.

How to Help Subject Matter Experts Become Comfortable Facilitating Participatory Activities

In essence, the facilitator guide is the recipe or operating instructions for the activity. Some facilitator guides offer step-by-step instructions and scripts, others are more bare bones, it depends upon the need and comfort level of the SME.

Change Management Or Transition Management?

A train requires two well-maintained rails to reach its destination. Like the train, organizations going through change require two well-maintained rails to succeed: a change management plan and a transition management strategy.

Making Meetings Mean Something Through Facilitation Training

The average meeting is just that, average, and the results, or lack thereof, speak for themselves. More and more companies are asking who within their inner circle has the requisite facilitation training to make a meeting pop, and more and more often the answers are coming from the outside.

Top Ten Tips to Foster an Organizational Culture Change For Superior Service

Ten tips to foster an organizational culture change that focuses on service. Find out how you can transform your workplace.

Building Higher Levels of Critical Thinking With Collaborative Solutions

A new model of learning which integrates online collaborative technology and process-centric learning is slowly emerging in response to the need for improved critical thinking in education and the workplace. If it succeeds, the new model will change ‘bricks and mortar’ learning to a multimodal model where learning occurs in physical and virtual spaces, collaboratively and individually, with real-time input from teachers supported by peer-to-peer collaboration; anywhere, anytime, anyhow.

Cause and Effect in NLP

  Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) has been slammed as a pseudo-science...

How To Execute A Team Mission Statement

Under what conditions does a team mission statement deliver what is required? If you have been given a team leader assignment then you may be wondering about this question! In this article I will present 3 guidelines for executing effective team mission statements.

Talk Yourself Out of Stress

Techniques to relieve stress in your life.

The Anti Time-Management Approach to Time Management

Ten Top Tips to Save you Time and Stress – plus a bonus tip. Time management has nothing to do with time and everything to do with you.

Prime Time Learning and Objectives Setting

The more motivated you are to learn, the higher your chances of success...

Download our 540 page Blog book – NOW!!

Download our 540 page E-Book featuring the most visited posts on this blog to...

Knowing the Difference Between Group and Team Coaching Can Improve Productivity

Group coaching is effective when used with peer and/or affinity groups – people with similar objectives who will co-create the group with the Executive Coach. Team coaching is with a project team or organization where people may have been “assigned” to a team; they bring their organizational or personal objectives to the team which may influence the team cohesiveness, its effectiveness to meet project deadlines, and to create a team with “open” communication. Leaders need to understand the differences and use an Executive coach who understands the difference and can improve coaching participants’ effectiveness and performance.

Team Building? 12 Questions to Help You Make the Right Decision

There are many types of team building interventions and like a carpenter, you need to select the right tool for the job. However, before you begin building “the perfect team,” you may wish to ask yourself a series of questions.

21 Tips for ultra-productive meetings

Do you have the feeling that you are running from meeting to meeting and...

Can You Train Your Memory to Retain 100 Percent?

Have you ever put in long hours of study, only to realize that you were unable to recall many details a few days later? By making a few changes in the way you study and review, you can boost your retention substantially. You might not be able to achieve 100 percent recall, but you can remember much more of what you learn. Here’s how.

9 Key Insights on How to Reduce Stress at Work – Part 1

Stress is a fact of life! Regardless of your industry or profession, rest assured that stressful situations, individuals and environments will all be formidable forces which, unless handled with skill and awareness, will compromise your ability to achieve your goals and enjoy the lifestyle that you are seeking. Yet, much like the proverbial head in the sand syndrome, we ignore this fact and neglect investing in learning how to deal more effectively with the myriad of stresses which we must deal with daily.

Conflict at work – One of the Best tools in the manager's toolkit

Why is conflict viewed so negatively in organisations, when it is one of the...

Transform Your Organization With Facilitative Leadership

Effective leadership is a critical factor in the success of every organization. Learn the skills necessary for facilitative leadership to transform your organization and the bottom line.

7 Leading Causes of Stress

If you knew the leading causes of stress in your life, would you take action to eradicate them? Can you eradicate stress – or is it an inoperable condition that will be with you all of your life, possibly causing your eventual death?

Improving Listening Skills in Language Learning

As you go along with your language learning try to engage yourself and connect...

The 8 Steps of Mind Mapping For Clearer Thinking

Many years ago my wife was studying for an exam and she was drawing these colorful diagrams while reading her notes. At first they didn’t make much sense to me so I dismissed them thinking she was crazy. Curiousity got the better of me and later I had to find out more about these crazy looking diagrams so I asked her what she was doing. She told me she was “Mind Mapping” and she quickly explained how it worked. It intrigued me and I wanted to know more.

How to Solve Problems Using Critical Thinking Skills

Critical thinking is a great tool used to solve all kinds of problems that we face in life. Imagine one day, you are being assigned a new task that has never been done before or you desperately need to earn more in order to make ends meet, point blank and you do not know what to do, nor have any ideas what to begin with. By all means begin by developing a structural and critical thinking approach.

When Sight and Memory are Superimposed

Try reading the following:Adoncricg to a sutdy dnoe et the Uvinertisy of...

12 Reasons Why Coaching Does Not Work

Ok, get over the shock of the title you coaches and let's get down to business...

Social Media Marketing – 11 of the Most Critical Words to Use in Social Media

What are the words that are going to be needed in social Media? Your vocabulary will speak volumes about you. Make sure that you are saying what needs to be heard!

How to do a personal SWOT analysis to Enhance Learning Goals and Objectives

One of the hardest things to do alone is to effectively carry out a skills...

Constructivism in (Language) Learning

In this post I am writing a brief article to explain Constructivism in...

Do you really have to write things down to remember them?

I was facilitating a session with a group of learners yesterday and we got to...

Why 93% Of People Suffer Through School!

Like myself, many people have had negative experiences while going to school. Because the way of teaching wasn’t consistent with your individual way of learning, you may of had difficulties with different subjects. You may have experienced under-achievement and even failure. You may have experienced negative comparisons with others who were getting excellent grades while you were struggling just to get by in your classes.

How To Learn Great Management from Our Kids

Our kids provide a fabulous resource ready-made for us, 24 hours a day, just ready to teach us all we need to know about management.

Good Stress-Is There Really Such A Thing?

While all stress must be managed, it is a mistake to think of all stress as bad. Some stress can be very good.

Want to be successful? – Just Focus!

Lately I have had many people ask me “to what do you attribute to your success...

Making the Simple Complicated – An Engineer's recipe

An Engineer's Recipe (only for fun) Making the simple complicated Here is a...

Life Long Learning – The Quest For Knowledge, Or the Stimulation of Growth?

“To discuss the waste of children’s lives. Every child grows up in school. He spends 10 to 20 years in that environment. He is there when he is most open to new experience and least burdened by the practical responsibilities of existence. And the results are very meager. Something is wrong with the whole operation.”

SAM – The Three-Part Process of Social Media Marketing

Online social networking and social media marketing are the hottest new tools in the business promotion armamentarium. These tools are not only extremely effective for “growing the brand,” but for advancing the reputations and careers of executives alike.

A Short Primer on Twitter As a Powerful Social Media Resource

Twitter was founded in 2006 by American software architect and business person Jack Dorsey. Since its creation, it has quickly gained a cult following and has grown exponentially in terms of notability and popularity on a global scale. Twitter is best described as a free social networking and micro-blogging site; amalgamating the convenience of short text messaging and the ease at which information flow is facilitated instantly online.

Assertiveness and Interpersonal Skills

Assertiveness skills are very important in many situations; by being assertive you are letting people know what you want, need or prefer, in a way which is acceptable to both you and them. Put simply; assertiveness is about getting what you want without upsetting anyone!

10 mistakes that most presenters make and how to avoid them

If you are in the working world, or even if you haven’t yet taken that step,...

Cross-Cultural Presentations

With cross-cultural engagement, token adjustments are not an option. If the...

12 Language learning resolutions

It's that time of year again, the end of one year and the start of a new one -...

Social Media – Learning, Innovation, Communication and Collaboration

I was speaking to a client today about the curious case of social media and...

The problem with social learning is in the word

  The problem with social media and social learning revolve around the...

If you are feeling down – Get Inspired!

We all get a bit down now and again and often make a mountain out of a...

How do you know when coaching works?

This is a question that anyone involved in coaching - from both sides - client...

Social Media Can’t Kill Email … Can it?

As a glib response, Email is already slowly killing off email! “People are...

25 Ways to Improve your Twitter Experience

OK, I know it has been done before, but it is still a fresh subject for many,...

Knowledge is no longer Power

The expression was supposedly keyed by Francis Bacon in the 16th century, so...

Death by Powerpoint – How to kill off a Presentation

You've all heard of the expression, "Death by Powerpoint" - a bit of a...

Dealing with Aggressive Customer Complaints – Using The DESCRI Model

Working in a service industry or in a customer-facing role can be quite...

How do you know if you are getting Coaching?

Coaching - the word that either leaves us with very positive or very negative...

Want to be more effective? 20 tips to Create a ‘Not-To-Do’ List

The great thing about process time is that it lets us do just that - take a...

Social Media & Business – The Wisdom of the Profits

Twitter use is growing daily throughout the world - there are Turkish, Chinese...

There is More to Listening than You May have Heard!

It may seem strange that in English we have just one word for the act of...

Social Media and business – is the Customer King again!

Giving good customer service ought to be one of the first objectives and...

Why traditional education hates social learning

What’s the problem with social learning ? Well, there are many – one thing is...

Leveraging Learning from Annual Appraisals

It's that time of year again - the swallows are arriving, birds are building...

Coaching the Alpha Male

Bold, self-confident and demanding, alpha males get things done. But the traits that make them so productive can also drive their coworkers crazy.

Coaching Tools – The Johari Window

The Johari window was invented by two Americans in the 1950's, Joseph Luff and...

Tips for Confident and Effective Presentations

Roscoe Tanner famously said, « The human brain is a wonderful thing. It starts...

Why Bother Writing Learning Objectives?

Why bother writing Learning Objectives? Why go to the bother of writing...

Presentation Skills – Preparation part 2

If you have read the first part of this two-part series you will be ready now...

Look at Yourself After Watching This – How do you Feel?

You may have had a bad week, you know the sort of thing - the boss or your...

Presentation Skill – Preparation – Part 1

Presentations, that's speaking in front of an audience, as we all know, are...

The Life of a Hashtag – Toulouse

We've all seen hashtags pop up on the Trending Topics list, then fade away...

There’s no point fighting stress – Manage it!

Have you have ever been in a stressful situation - what am I saying? Of course...

Learning 3.0 Are we up to the challenge?

I decided to write this post in response to one of the comments I received on...

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong learning is a valuable tool for personal and professional development at any age, but particularly for Third Agers. This article reports on how one Third Ager learns from young adults in his college level classes. It presents some of the main issues that concern young adults today.

Even Negative People have Positive Intentions

If you are in a situation where you are rubbing shoulders in some way with...

Mind Mapping The Perfect Project Plan

The perfect plan for any project, whether it be starting a business or writing a book, is mind mapping. (A unique technique of organizing your mind on a specific topic on paper.)

Language is What Makes Humans Unique

Language is what separates humans from animals and is one of the most...

TwitBusiness Project

  I'm just starting a small (or big, who knows) project that I would love...

Be Careful With Social Network Invite E-Mails

Nowadays, many of us receive e-mail invitations to join social networking websites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, or MySpace. Even if you know the sender and name of a social network to which you’ve been invited, before you click on an invitation response link, take a second and consider that not all invitation e-mails are what they seem. Some fraudulent “friends” and “social networks” could have drastic consequences to your security and privacy.

Language as a Window into Human Nature

Language and meaning are a fascinating subject - as illustrated in the video...

25 Tips to Motivate People in Your Organisation

Organisations which suffer from a lack of initiative coming from their people...

Job Stress Management – Methods of Managing Stress in the Workplace

For many of us, our jobs are a major cause of the stress in our lives. The sources of stress at the workplace can be long hours and physical exertion, a demanding boss, coworkers that we don’t get along with, or countless other things. Whatever your specific situation may be, it is of little doubt that learning how to reduce and manage job stress is an important part of your overall stress reduction and relaxation strategy.

Developing Team Skills Through Delegation

  Delegation is one of the key aspects of leadership and management and...

Learning to Listen – One of the hard Soft Skills

One of the most important keys to becoming a good learners is the ability to...

Is there a difference between Accent and Pronunciation in Language Learning?

I was speaking with a French woman this morning who said that she is terrified...

Group Coaching – Transforming Groups into Teams

Some purists will have their hackles up after reading the title of this post,...

Calculating ROI of e-learning

Welcome to the world of calculating ROI of e-learning! According to a survey, the worldwide market size for e-learning tools was estimated at a staggering $235M in 2002, and is rapidly growing towards a benchmark of $816M by 2006 depicting an annual growth rate of 37%.

10 Reasons Why Training Fails So Often

Millions of people in as many companies spend billions a day on training, in...

Why Soft Skills of Leadership Are So Hard to Develop

Leadership is the ability to motivate and influence a group toward the achievement of goals. As a manager, what is your role in motivating and retaining employees? How are you measured? What do you do? Why? What are the results? How will your employees remember you?

Who am I? Raising Self Concept and Self Esteem

Ever been in a group setting where people are introducing themselves and...

10 Steps to Implementing 360° Feedback as a Powerful Learning tool

360° feedback is a multi-source form of feedback aimed at improving...

Shortcuts to language learning … dream on

Yes, it's me again, bursting all the balloons and shattering all the dreams of...

Is your accent important in the workplace?

It is sometimes surprising how some of us consider that we do not have a...

The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

[youtube]http://youtu.be/u6XAPnuFjJc[/youtube] This lively RSAnimate, adapted...

Managing Stress and Priorities

Duration - 2 days Course Objectives After attending this 2-day course,...

Stephen Covey – Big Rocks, Managing Priorities

Here is an analogy that we can all relate to regarding time management - Do...

Self-Direction in Learning helps Develop Confidence in Adults

It seems that, no matter what topic I train in, the one big issue with...

Stress Management Strategies

Stress Management utilises a number of different and varied techniques to help control and minimise stress. This in turn helps prevent stress causing damage to your well being be it physical, or mental. The process begins by identifying the main causes of stress in your life and your reaction to it. Using several techniques the stress is either minimised or the reaction to it is reduced.

Self Concept and Learning – You cannot teach adults anything!

Self concept is a multi-dimensional construct that entails the perception of...

Stress – Understand, Recognize, and Manage It

Research shows that 75-90% of doctor visits are due to stress related ailments and disorders, and that prolonged stress can lead to both mental and physical problems. Stress can also affect a disease’s process from the onset through its progression and on through the recovery stage – even when there is another cause of the disease. Stress is no laughing matter.

Biological Altruism – Are We Hard-Wired to Act in a Socially Caring Manner Or to Seek Personal Gain

There exists a current debate over whether behaving in a socially caring manner, or social altruism, is a learned behavior or whether human beings are hard wired, or genetically predisposed, to behave in such a way. There are surely rational arguments for each side. However, some studies indicate that altruism is indeed hard wired into the human brain as well as the brains of several other species. In essence, humans can’t help the urge to help.

Online Learning Glossary – Real Meanings For Real People

Are you considering using online learning in your workplace or classroom, but don’t understand some of the terms you come across? Or are you considering a career in designing/developing online learning? This article will help you wade through the basic terms associated with this medium.

Deep and Surface Learning

Take anything that you have learnt in the past or that you are learning at...

Conflict Resolution in 12 Simple Steps

Conflict is a fact of life - it happens all the time to all of us, whether it...

Cultural Differences – Perception of Time

Difference in the perception is time is an important aspect of social and business interaction that an expatriate manager has to deal with. Training on the perception of time as a cultural sensitization exercise would a go a long in helping the expatriate manager ‘fit-in’ to the new cultural surroundings.

Twitter – An Overview

Twitter is an essential service for acquaintances, relatives, and colleagues to converse and stay associated by the exchange of rapid, regular communication. People inscribe little updates, often known as “tweets” that consist of 140 characters or less. The messages then get posted to your report or a blog sent to links and are traceable through a search on Twitter.

Making Meetings Mean Something Through Facilitation Training

The average meeting is just that, average, and the results, or lack thereof, speak for themselves. More and more companies are asking who within their inner circle has the requisite facilitation training to make a meeting pop, and more and more often the answers are coming from the outside.

Social Media in Plain English

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Cause and Effect in NLP

  Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) has been slammed as a pseudo-science...

Signs and Symptoms, Causes of Stress

Stress is not the pile of papers sitting on your desk. Stress is not the child screaming in the living room, or the clean laundry the dog just dragged out the door. Stress is your response to those things.

How To Execute A Team Mission Statement

Under what conditions does a team mission statement deliver what is required? If you have been given a team leader assignment then you may be wondering about this question! In this article I will present 3 guidelines for executing effective team mission statements.

Talk Yourself Out of Stress

Techniques to relieve stress in your life.

The Anti Time-Management Approach to Time Management

Ten Top Tips to Save you Time and Stress – plus a bonus tip. Time management has nothing to do with time and everything to do with you.

Download our 540 page Blog book – NOW!!

Download our 540 page E-Book featuring the most visited posts on this blog to...

Knowing the Difference Between Group and Team Coaching Can Improve Productivity

Group coaching is effective when used with peer and/or affinity groups – people with similar objectives who will co-create the group with the Executive Coach. Team coaching is with a project team or organization where people may have been “assigned” to a team; they bring their organizational or personal objectives to the team which may influence the team cohesiveness, its effectiveness to meet project deadlines, and to create a team with “open” communication. Leaders need to understand the differences and use an Executive coach who understands the difference and can improve coaching participants’ effectiveness and performance.

Clear Thinking About Stress

There seems to be a lot of confusion and loose thinking about stress in popular journals and books. How else can you explain terms like “good stress” and concepts like “A certain amount of stress is good for you,” or advice like “Stress is unavoidable.” Once you understand the meaning of stress you’ll realize that stress is always harmful, that there is no “safe” level of stress, and that you can deflect stress if you know how.

21 Tips for ultra-productive meetings

Do you have the feeling that you are running from meeting to meeting and...

9 Key Insights on How to Reduce Stress at Work – Part 1

Stress is a fact of life! Regardless of your industry or profession, rest assured that stressful situations, individuals and environments will all be formidable forces which, unless handled with skill and awareness, will compromise your ability to achieve your goals and enjoy the lifestyle that you are seeking. Yet, much like the proverbial head in the sand syndrome, we ignore this fact and neglect investing in learning how to deal more effectively with the myriad of stresses which we must deal with daily.

Conflict at work – One of the Best tools in the manager's toolkit

Why is conflict viewed so negatively in organisations, when it is one of the...

Transform Your Organization With Facilitative Leadership

Effective leadership is a critical factor in the success of every organization. Learn the skills necessary for facilitative leadership to transform your organization and the bottom line.

7 Leading Causes of Stress

If you knew the leading causes of stress in your life, would you take action to eradicate them? Can you eradicate stress – or is it an inoperable condition that will be with you all of your life, possibly causing your eventual death?

Improving Listening Skills in Language Learning

As you go along with your language learning try to engage yourself and connect...

The 8 Steps of Mind Mapping For Clearer Thinking

Many years ago my wife was studying for an exam and she was drawing these colorful diagrams while reading her notes. At first they didn’t make much sense to me so I dismissed them thinking she was crazy. Curiousity got the better of me and later I had to find out more about these crazy looking diagrams so I asked her what she was doing. She told me she was “Mind Mapping” and she quickly explained how it worked. It intrigued me and I wanted to know more.

12 Reasons Why Coaching Does Not Work

Ok, get over the shock of the title you coaches and let's get down to business...

Social Media Marketing – 11 of the Most Critical Words to Use in Social Media

What are the words that are going to be needed in social Media? Your vocabulary will speak volumes about you. Make sure that you are saying what needs to be heard!

How to do a personal SWOT analysis to Enhance Learning Goals and Objectives

One of the hardest things to do alone is to effectively carry out a skills...

Constructivism in (Language) Learning

In this post I am writing a brief article to explain Constructivism in...

Do you really have to write things down to remember them?

I was facilitating a session with a group of learners yesterday and we got to...

Why 93% Of People Suffer Through School!

Like myself, many people have had negative experiences while going to school. Because the way of teaching wasn’t consistent with your individual way of learning, you may of had difficulties with different subjects. You may have experienced under-achievement and even failure. You may have experienced negative comparisons with others who were getting excellent grades while you were struggling just to get by in your classes.

Good Stress-Is There Really Such A Thing?

While all stress must be managed, it is a mistake to think of all stress as bad. Some stress can be very good.

Learning Using Moodle – Open Source Course Management System

Moodle is Open Source LMS. It is a FREE learning management system that enables learning professionals (teachers) to create engaging online learning courses.

Teachers – Job Stress Reduction

A teacher should, above all, be a person who wants to make a big difference in students’ lives. The challenge is to make that difference without permitting stress to drive you out of teaching. The challenge is to practice good stress reduction techniques.

Rethinking Online Learning

If you are busy in study or work, you may have little time to do other things which would mean more money and many better advantages. Online learning becomes a feasible choice. There are many benefits of online learning.

What is Stress and What Does it Do to Your Health?

Stress is a normal part of life. Stress is also one of the biggest factors affecting people’s health today. Here is some information about stress, its causes as well as a few things that can be used to counteract the affects of stress.

Understanding Stress and Managing It

There are three main categories of stress they are physical, emotional and behavioural. Physical stress could be tense of muscles, pounding heart, fast or shallow breathing, sweating, headaches, sick feeling in the stomach. Emotional stress may be symptoms of feeling under pressure, feeling tensed, feeling frustrated and irritable, having difficulty concentrating, loss of self confidence, difficulty making decisions, feeling mentally exhausted.

SAM – The Three-Part Process of Social Media Marketing

Online social networking and social media marketing are the hottest new tools in the business promotion armamentarium. These tools are not only extremely effective for “growing the brand,” but for advancing the reputations and careers of executives alike.

A Short Primer on Twitter As a Powerful Social Media Resource

Twitter was founded in 2006 by American software architect and business person Jack Dorsey. Since its creation, it has quickly gained a cult following and has grown exponentially in terms of notability and popularity on a global scale. Twitter is best described as a free social networking and micro-blogging site; amalgamating the convenience of short text messaging and the ease at which information flow is facilitated instantly online.

Assertiveness and Interpersonal Skills

Assertiveness skills are very important in many situations; by being assertive you are letting people know what you want, need or prefer, in a way which is acceptable to both you and them. Put simply; assertiveness is about getting what you want without upsetting anyone!

4 Stages of Twitter SeeSaw

What is a Twitter SeeSaw? A Twitter SeeSaw is when you have a lop-side count of either Following or Followers. This effect tends to happen due to these four stages.

Online Learning – Design Tips For Beginners

This short article will provide some practical suggestions for converting existing materials into interactive learning content and for developing new content. Focus on interactive learning – where the learner interacts with the various information sources as well as tools offered by the internet and is engaged in meaningful teaching and learning activities.

Keeping The Pace – Powerful Time Management Skills

Do you sometimes feel like the white rabbit in Alice In Wonderland? “I’m late! I’m late! I’m late!” You might be aware of time management tips in the world but during times of increased stress your natural style emerges. So, you can decide to work against your natural time management tendencies OR you can work with your natural flow to improve your productivity.

Use Your Six Thinking Hats to Give Feedback

“Feedback Whats in it For Me?” was about the motivation to give feedback. But where should you start? The six thinking hats from De Bono offers a very good start.

How to Commit Social Media Suicide – Social Media Mugging and Linking Up!

Internet marketing, and within it social media and social media marketing, presents a complex puzzle, a balancing act of sorts between relationship building and conversion. The balance between the former and the latter can spell the difference between success and failure in the relationship building process and in Internet marketing, in general. Many marketers, in their zeal to convert relationships into dollars, fall into the trap of linking up too often and/or too early in the relationship building process. The balance between Internet marketing and social media will be discussed at length in this article with an eye towards helping the reader understand the balance necessary between the two.

Why Soft Skills?

“Soft skills are the key to providing workers with the core skills in communication, team work, leadership; personal effectiveness skills required to leverage ones individual strengths.”

Questions fréquemment posées

Une sélection de questions fréquemment posées par nos nouveaux clients potentiels.

La plupart de ces questions sont posées par des clients qui sont habitués à travailler avec des entreprises qui ont des cours standard qui sortent d’un catalogue pré-décidé ou des cours scolaires.

Nous ne croyons pas que ce genre de formation fonctionne, alors nous concevons tous nos formations adaptées aux besoins de chaque client.

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