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Executives: How much effort do you put into your assistant’s career?

Behind every great boss is a great assistant…wouldn’t you agree? The sheer variety of tasks they’re required to demonstrate and the attention to detail they need to apply demand a hugely diverse range of skills. Consider: could you do your job anywhere near as well without them? According to the Global PA Association, too few …

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Do you feel unfulfilled in your executive position? Perhaps volunteering could be the solution…

I’ve talked, in previous blogs, of the issues some executives face in their career. One problem that some high-achievers may encounter is the feeling of being unfulfilled – after spending years climbing to the top of the ladder, some executives feel their career stops offering them any sort of challenge. Without a goal to aim …

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Managers/Executives: Are you confusing your staff with your body language?

Statistics have shown that 50% of what we say to people isn’t communicated through our speech but through our body language. That means, without understanding how your posture, non-verbal gestures, eye contact, etc. influence those you’re speaking to, you’re at risk of them only comprehending you half of the time. What is non-verbal communication?   …

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How change should be implemented in the workplace, according to Bridges, Lewin….and Angela Sabin

Last week I spoke about people’s reactions to change, and how – if change is not correctly managed – the most common reaction is knee-jerk suspicion or fear of the unknown. Change isn’t complicated; it can actually be quite simple. When changes are not spelled out, visualised or detailed, our minds are quite capable of …

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