Author: Renee Wilson

How to bring flair to your strategic planning facilitation

August 09, 2016 by

I want you to think about the best strategic planning facilitation you have ever been a part of. What about it made it so great? It may have been the food or the venue, but I’d place my bets that the facilitator had something to do with it. Let’s be honest, facilitation is an art, […]

Categories: Business coaching, Communication, High Performance, Inspiration, Uncategorized

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Workplace culture: No room for fluff

March 17, 2016 by

Culture isn’t fluff There is a reason people are fighting to work at the top 5 ‘Great places to work’ – great workplaces that produce superior business performance. 1. Atlassian 2. MECCA Brands 3. Optiver 4. Stryker 5. Nous Group For these places, great culture is a given. They’re well and truly on (and beyond!) […]

Categories: Culture, High Performance, Inspiration, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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Performance Management 2.0: Three tools to develop your people in 2016

January 04, 2016 by

Performance Management is a hot topic. Everyone has an opinion about what works best, and there is a bucket load of information and guidelines readily available. So why do many organisations still struggle with the basic concepts of developing their people? I think there is a disconnect between what people say they do – and what they actually do. Let me catch you […]

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Are you productive or just busy?

October 23, 2015 by

How many times a day would you ask someone how they are and the response would be – Busy. They don’t say yeah awesome! or they don’t even say pretty good – just busy. Is busy really how you want to be describing your days? What about being able to say you are epic and […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, High Performance, HR, Inspiration, Leadership, Meaning and purpose, Personal Development, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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Reducing the negative effects of multitasking – 9 helpful tips

January 09, 2015 by

Multitasking has become a common part of life for most individuals. Workers spread themselves thin by using numerous communication channels, technologies, and devices somewhat simultaneously.  Focusing our brain on one specific task has benefits, but the one task focus situation is becoming less common in many job situations. Accuracy and analytical ability are significantly important […]

Categories: Corporate Wellbeing, High Performance, mindfulness, Personal accountability, Personal Development, Uncategorized, Wellbeing

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No longer a master of multitasking – my wake up call to corporate based mindfulness

December 02, 2013 by

I had grand plans of completing at least 20 hours of study this weekend. But instead, a mini photo-shoot with my French bulldog, three episodes of Hart of Dixie, and two batches of choc-chip cookies later, I find myself (again!) wondering where the weekend has gone and why I seemed no more prepared for my […]

Categories: Inspiration, Personal Development, Sara Redman, stress, Uncategorized

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Take me to your (Gen Y) Leader

August 14, 2013 by

If you have ever wondered how to successfully lead a hardworking and innovative Gen Y’er – you may have given up, thinking they don’t exist! But there are many exceptions the “typical” onesie-wearing, Facebook addicted, slovenly Gen Y’er. There are countless 20-something self-made millionaires, entrepreneurs and managers taking the corporate world by storm, and just […]

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