Action Learning

Developing Skills and Knowledge with Action Learning

November 20, 2017

In the 1980s, pioneering management consultant Reg Revans published his two most famous books, The Origins and Growth of Action Learning in 1982 and ABC of Action Learning in 1983. These publications made him one of the most well-known and sought-after figures in business coaching and management consultancy in read more

Change for the better
Changing Times
Gestalt Techniques
Gestalt change management

Gestalt change management

October 17, 2017

If you are involved in any kind of change management within your organisation, gestalt change management may be an approach you have stumbled across at one time or another. Gestalt theory suggests that as humans, we are constantly trying to create order and restore balance when something seems off-kilter. At read more

Engaged Workforce
Employee Engagement

Employee engagement — why does it matter?

October 2, 2017

If ever there was a buzzword for the 21st century, it has to be engagement. You see it everywhere, from SEO experts telling you to create engaging content for your website to customer relationship experts advising on the importance of engaging your clients. The phrase “employee engagement” is one that read more

Employee Trust

Building and fostering employee trust

September 25, 2017

We all know that trust is an essential component in any relationship. This is a given in a domestic environment — the thought of not being able to trust your spouse or partner is a truly awful proposition and is likely to spell the end of the relationship, while any read more


Three tips for improving office morale

September 21, 2017

Every manager knows that morale is key to a successful business. After all, happy, engaged people who enjoy their jobs and get on well with their colleagues put in that extra ten per cent, meaning a better quality of output and higher productivity. There are indirect benefits too, not least read more