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Posted on 11th April 2017

Inclusion and Diversity - eLearning Courses

Inclusion and Diversity - eLearning  Courses

Our Inclusion and Diversity eLearning Courses bring benefits to the heart of the workplace.

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Inclusion and Diversity - eLearning  Courses
Posted on 6th April 2017 by Paul Wright

Inclusion and Diversity - Video Briefings

Inclusion and Diversity - Video Briefings

Video briefings provide a wealth of valuable and accessible training on workplace and soft skills.

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Inclusion and Diversity - Video Briefings
Posted on 28th February 2017 by Jon Terry

Facing Redundancy in your Twenties

Facing Redundancy in your Twenties

Over the years redundancies have become a more regular occurrence, especially since the recession hit the UK back in 2008. When we think of the word redundancy, we associate only those in their late thirties and over being affected, but believe it or not, many people in their twenties have also been faced with the dreaded redundancy process.

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Facing Redundancy in your Twenties
Posted on 23rd February 2017 by Jon Terry

Attention Graduates: Avoid These Interview Mistakes

Attention Graduates: Avoid These Interview Mistakes

With nearly 2 million people gaining a bachelor’s degree in the UK each year, there’s no doubt the competition to find a good job is tough. Many post grads want to start their careers and put their degree into practice, but one thing many of them do when attending a job interview is mess it up over silly, common mistakes.

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Attention Graduates: Avoid These Interview Mistakes
Posted on 20th February 2017 by Jon Terry

Warning Signs for Your Next Interview

Warning Signs for Your Next Interview

Interviews require many hours of preparation, pampering and revision to make sure you look the part and leave a good lasting impression. However, once you are at the interview, you get so focused on doing well that you miss the warning signs telling you the company isn’t right for you.

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Warning Signs for Your Next Interview
Posted on 10th February 2017 by Paul Wright

Why you should ‘Never Give Up’ in Sales.

Why you should ‘Never Give Up’  in Sales.

The quote made by Churchill was referring retrospectively to the first 10 months of World War II. Specifically he is referencing the fact that Britain stood alone and appeared to stand no chance in the fight. The fact that Britain never gave up and stood alone, and this paid off, is the lesson he is communicating.

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Why you should ‘Never Give Up’  in Sales.
Posted on 11th January 2017 by Paul Wright

How Much are Stressed and Unhappy Workers Costing You?

How Much are Stressed and Unhappy Workers Costing You?

New Government plans to transform mental health support for schools and employers reflect the growing awareness of the importance of good mental health at every point in our lives.

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How Much are Stressed and Unhappy Workers Costing You?
Posted on 9th January 2017 by Paul Wright

It's OK to use the 'C Word'...

It's OK to use the 'C Word'...

Mental ill health in the workplace poses one of the most serious risks to organisations today – but many employers are unaware of the scale of the problem or how to tackle it.

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It's OK to use the 'C Word'...
Posted on 5th January 2017 by Paul Wright

Communication Myth-Busting Top Five

Communication Myth-Busting Top Five

To listen with fresh ears and an open mind we need to strip away unhelpful inherited wisdom. Our elite hostage negotiator believes these five widely-held communication myths prevent us from really hearing.   

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Communication Myth-Busting Top Five
Posted on 4th January 2017 by Paul Wright

Key sales skills for the future

Key sales skills for the future

To understand key sales skills for the future it is helpful to look back in time. Here are 5 key dates in the development of sales skills:

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Key sales skills for the future

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