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I offer a free consultation to discuss difficulties at work. Send me an email and well set up a convenient time for a discussion.  I do this because I am interested, and because people have said that they have found it useful. There are no strings and no sales pitch.

This is useful if you are:

  • Having trouble with a colleague or manager
  • Want to raise a sensitive issue but are unsure of how to go about it
  • Need to engage others to change or improve something
  • Want to get your team functioning better
  • On the receiving end of difficult behaviour
  • Being mistreated in some way
  • Want to do a ‘reality check’ before taking action
  • Need to bounce ideas off someone (me).

Email me to set up a discussion.

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Conflict: Agenda for Managers

Conflict at work

When a dispute between employees becomes visible it usually falls to a manager to intervene but few are confident in doing this so they’ll often ignore the conflict in the hope that it’ll go away, downplay the seriousness of the disagreement, or approach it ineffectively.
Research by OPP charts the costs and benefits of conflict, and a guide from CIPD identifies the behaviours that will help managers recognise and proactively manage disputes at work.

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It Was Polite When It Left My Lips

Is it something in the air? How do my carefully chosen words get distorted in the short distance from speaker to listener? I never meant harm. A simple statement of fact, a remark or an observation… Anyway, that’s how I am; what you see is what you get, I can’t change, it’s just how I […]

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The Thursday Webinar – Depression and what to do about It

webinar, optimism, depression

When I talk about depression in a dismissive or disrespectful tone, it is because we need to dismiss the ideas that are getting in the way of helping people who suffer from depression.

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How to be more Resilient

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Understand the steps to resilience and you can develop the ability to cope with problems and setbacks with less stress and more confidence.
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