Tag: leadership communication

Better meetings…the ongoing quest

April 16, 2019 by

Workplace meetings are often ineffective, too long, not focused and as a result extremely costly for organisations.  Is this true from your experience?

Categories: Communication, High Performance, Leadership, Management, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness

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Conversations that Count

March 19, 2019 by

One of my favourite things  is working with leaders on having the Conversations that Count.  This is not just about constructive feedback but also about giving recognition.  Most leaders struggle with these conversations. Some may find it easier to give recognition but shy away from constructive feedback, others don’t like giving recognition but are comfortable […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, happiness, Meaning and purpose, mindfulness, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness, Wellbeing

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Ready for Positive Change? Stop avoiding Tough Conversations!

May 30, 2013 by

I am going to make a sweeping statement, but only because it has been proven to me time and time again. It is a statement that applies to both personal and organisational change:    –  If you want to achieve true positive change, your must have the tough conversations along the way  – When we […]

Categories: Change, Communication, Leadership, Personal Development, Sara Redman, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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How to reduce your team’s resistance to change

May 23, 2013 by

They say that what we don’t know can’t hurt us. But what we don’t know can be pretty darn scary. This is especially true of change. When we don’t know what’s coming; when we aren’t sure how the future will look – it is common to feel powerless. It is natural to feel scared. Change can be […]

Categories: Change, Communication, Leadership, Personal Development, Strategy, Toby Newstead, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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