Posts for tag: Change
Many have predicted dramatic change ahead for the careers of millenials and our children. What we’ve neglected to notice is that in 20 years those of us who have now mastered their chosen profession will still be working, but their jobs will be very different at best and more likely extinct.
In this blog we’d like to introduce you to our good friend, Gold Medallist and Paralympic TV presenter Giles Long.
Always eat the same food? Go to the same shop? – why not renergise yourself by doing it differently ….
Change some of your routines and bring some energy to your life – thinking in different ways gets the brain to work harder. Below are 10 new ways to do it differently:…
It’s been a week of changes – the historic US election and the Bank of England slashing interest rates by 1.5%
Some say the slow-down is slowing down and that, following a wave of structural changes across most organisations, it’s now time to think about marking the end of change and the beginning of a fresh start. All too often managers fail to acknowledge the end of change. Consequently the low morale that inevitably accompanies periods of uncertainty continues, eroding productivity day after day….
Using footage from Jamie Oliver’s school dinners programme accompanied by memorable team games and activities, we take groups through a process where they learn to embrace change rather than fear it. Consequently the process of change runs more smoothly with majority buy in eliminating the all too common threat of sabotage from within. For more information or a meeting to discuss this workshop contact Dan Collins on t: 01920 822 220.