An interesting article from the “Centre for Creative Leadership” that sheds light on leadership resolutions in 2019 and the most important leadership courses of 2019.
You can’t predict everything that will happen in 2019, but it’s a safe bet that change and uncertainty will continue to be major themes. It’s also safe to assume that your leadership will be critical for success.
Here are some great points made by “All Business” about the benefits of leadership training courses.
In today’s business arena, challenges can arise at any time, and to be an effective leader you need to be able to respond to those challenges with intelligence, strategy, and expertise. Here are 6 ways that a leadership-training course can help you improve your leadership skills, and thereby help you change your organisation from good to great:
An interesting article from “Forbes” with insights about being a leader and a coach.
Being a leader in your industry can be highly rewarding, but it can also come with its own unique challenges. Sometimes, though, these challenges may not become clear until you’re actually in a leadership position.
A very educational piece from “The Harvard Business Review” about how being a leader is now becoming more about being a coach.
Once upon a time, most people began successful careers by developing expertise in a technical, functional, or professional domain. Doing your job well meant having the right answers. The role of the manager, in short, is becoming that of a coach.
We are delighted this month to welcome Sarah to the team in the role of National Training & Account Manager
Sarah is an expert in learning and development with a particular knowledge of apprenticeships. She has had major accounts with leading hospitality brands including national hotels, national restaurant chains and a leading UK pub brand.
We are pleased to announce that our MD Geraint Lewis won the Institute of Directors Award (Wales) in the Corporate Social Responsibility category. Geraint was announced a winner at the awards lunch at Sophia Gardens the home of Glamorgan Cricket Club.
We welcomed a DofE and rugby giant Alun Wyn Jones to the shadow of the sleeping giant at our training centre in the Brecon Beacons last week to celebrate us becoming a new Silver Business Supporter of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme .
Alun is a Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Ambassador.