5 Employee Experience Ideas That Build A Strong Company Culture

Wouldn’t it be great to have all your employees on a positive and congruent path as your organisation moves along its journey? A healthy Employee Experience (EX) helps to build a strong company culture. It is a new business function that is gaining a lot of attention and investment. Not to be confused with employee … Read more

Good Leaders Manage Their Employee Shelf Life Well

You have spent your whole career investing time, energy and money into your growth and development. If you did not invest in you, the organisation did and, as a result, you have been fortunate enough to climb the corporate ladder of success and lengthen your employee shelf life. Maybe you have achieved this by staying … Read more

Employee Shelf Life – What Is Your Expiration Date?

Why Should The Organisation Keep You? Over the weekend a close friend contacted me for some assistance to prepare a bio for submission to re-apply for a role in his multi-national organisation. He seemed a bit surprised when I remarked pleasantly that assessing his employee shelf life was a welcomed initiative and more organisations should … Read more

Role Analysis and Assertiveness – Strengthen Your Capacity

I approach behaviour in the same way that I approach taking my body to the gym and doing strength training. To strengthen my capacity to perform effectively, I develop my role analysis and assertiveness skills and abilities. As a Behaviour Strategist, I have first-hand experience of how behaviour, inappropriately used, can have a constructive or … Read more

Employee Performance Feedback – Benefits Of Being Consistent

  Learning To Manage Performance Does Not Come Easily I was barely twenty-one (21) years of age when I first became a Supervisor in the Computer Department. My responsibility was Computer Operations and every one of my staff members was a lot older and more experienced than I was in the world of work. Being … Read more

Learning And Management – Keep Sharpening Your Effectiveness

This Is Not About Learning Management Systems Before you dive into this article having an expectation that it would lead you to a discovery about all the formalities surrounding Learning Management Systems, (LMS), let me be up front with you and tell you that it is not. This post is simply about learning and management … Read more

What Is Well-Being And Why Is it Important For You To Live A Healthier and Happier Life?

Well-being is often used flippantly with wellness with the belief that they are one and the same. Understanding what is well-being and why it is important for you to live a better life will help you to make the distinction between the two. Whilst they are both important, well-being is a lot more all-encompassing and … Read more

Bungy Jumping Into Change Teaches You To Manage Risks And People Like A Pro

I lived in New Zealand for a few years, just before the turn of the 21st century. It was not a place that I knew much about prior to going there to live and work. I had heard about the country as one of our West Indian cricket team’s major opponents, but it was bungy … Read more

What Is Congruent Behaviour? | How To Live Authentically

In my professional development as a Behavioural Consultant, I have worked with many models to increase my understanding and effectiveness. I recall hearing one of my Partners speaking about congruency to a Client and immediately started to question what IS congruent behaviour. I had no clue how this term applied to my behaviour but, from … Read more

Active Listening In Communication – A Leader’s Diamond

How do you listen? There is a false belief that we listen to everything we hear but, active listening in communication can be a leader’s diamond if appropriately used. We are not born good listeners. This is one of those natural abilities that we lost in our quest to be less animal-like. It is a … Read more