Everyone handles change differently and it can be highly-stressful for those who dread it. In fact, it can even translate through to their work. So, creating a safe environment for change and providing plenty of notice is advised.
Here are a few top tips for minimising disruption and making changes as smoothly as possible.
Are your staff constantly stressed and feeling high-strung? Well, that’s not good for them or your business.
Take it from us, you don’t have to spend a fortune or a considerable amount of time to tackle work-related stress company-wide. Here are a few easy measures to help relax staff, so they can concentrate better on doing their jobs.
Record for the world’s heaviest choccy Easter Egg is held in Argentina. (Over 8m high and using 8,000 kilos of chocolate!) If you’re hoping to take delivery of some big chocolate eggs yourself this weekend, brush up with our heavy lifting guide 😉 (and courses always available – throughout the year
Having the ability to work well as part of a team, to take charge of a situation and be able to delegate work are all desirable characteristics for employers. Plus, a happy team is also a productive team, so team communication training can be a worthwhile investment.
If you’re just looking for a fun away day for the an office annual get together then our choice of outdoor team building activities could be of interest. Here at Call of the Wild, we do things a little differently. Here are a few of the adventurous activities that you can choose between when booking team communication training with us:
Do you have lofty goals and aim high when it comes to career success? Well, sometimes you have to make mistakes along the way in order to learn, but what if you could start your journey with a step up?
There are a number of personal development gurus out there who have revealed their stories in order to help others.
Want to improve the health, happiness and motivation of your staff or colleagues? Then why not introduce a company wellness program?
What is a Wellness Programme?
A wellness program is a set of actions put in place by a company to improve its employees’ health and happiness. This is an ongoing system which is continually developed to ensure the company is the best employer it can be.
Back in January we suggested the idea of a fresh start for the New Year in our post ‘5 Self Improvement New Year’s Resolution Ideas’. But, of those of you who made a promise to yourself, how many people have kept these resolutions?
Here we do the math and take a look at the percentage of people who are likely to have kept their resolution, as well as providing top tips for maintaining your progress to meet your annual goal.
These are our thoughts on the 5 main challenges facing Housing Associations in 2017. These have been collated from our experience of working with a large number of Housing Associations over the last 12 months and discussing with them what they feel their biggest challenges will be this year and what can be done to address them.
Unravelling the Jargon – What Does it Mean For You
On the 6th April 2017 the apprenticeship levy will be introduced by the UK Government. This will change the way the Government funds apprenticeships in England. So what will this mean to you and what actions are required of you if you wish to benefit from the funding. Read our summary and quick reference guide.
Setting yourself achievable short term objectives and long term goals can provide you with a vision of prosperity and motivation to work towards a better future. It encourages you to expand your knowledge, improve your skills and to become a better employee.
Not only will setting and meeting these goals give you a sense of achievement, but it will improve your self-confidence and show your boss you’re organised and enthusiastic.
Even if you’re pretty awesome, nobody is perfect and everyone has room to grow, develop and become a better person.
With the New Year having just begun, now is the ideal time to set yourself goals and objectives for the year ahead. No we don’t mean stop smoking or reduce the amount you drink (although this is a good resolution to make), but to make achievable aims that will benefit your professional life.