An organisation′s success rests on the backs of its leadership. To achieve this, leaders and managers must develop Emotional Intelligence.
Anxiety is on the rise, affecting millions of people and sadly, recent research found the most afflicted are 18-26 years old.
Honest, competent, inspiring, and forward-looking are the essential characteristics people want in a leader, one whose direction they would willingly follow.
The world of business, will never achieve its full potential until it can celebrate a right and proper gender balance and empower more women into leadership.
Helping leaders understand how they can unknowingly trigger the vicious circle that causes employees to under perform by their behaviour.
In order to make the right decisions, it is important for parents and children to manage and control their emotions as you await and receive GCSE results.
Leaders need high Emotional Intelligence to achieve high performance and help their people, get and stay in the brain zone, where they can be their best.
Neuroscience has now shown that male and female brains are structurally different with unique characteristics that complement each other.
Stronger collaboration is formed when people trust one another, which leads to increased efficiency, results and profitability.
There is a science to setting and achieving goals, it enables you find clarity, develop courage and leverage the commitment you need to accomplish your goals.