Is It Worth Listening To Your Brain All The Time?

Is It Worth Listening To Your Brain All The Time?

How we react to threats – and whether listening to your brain is always the right way to respond Did you know that when you react to a situation, you have two possible responses – one from the rational part of your brain, and one from the impulsive area? When...
Building Trust in the Workplace

Building Trust in the Workplace

Trust is a vital ingredient for every successful relationship we have. If you can’t trust someone, it just doesn’t work: you second-guess every interaction you have, and tend to disbelieve what they say until you’ve checked it out. In the workplace, this means you’ll...
The Beginner’s Guide to Being a Good Leader

The Beginner’s Guide to Being a Good Leader

It happens so often – you’ve been promoted for the first time to a managerial role, but you get no guidance on how to do it well – and unless you’ve got a great role model for a boss, you’re unlikely to know instinctively how to get the best from your team, and from...
Managing as an Introvert or Extrovert

Managing as an Introvert or Extrovert

Are you an introvert or extrovert leader – and do you adjust your leadership style to manage the introverts and extroverts in your team? It may be surprising to learn that small changes to the way you approach management, and how you manage each person, could...