Only a few weeks ago I was reminded about diverse thinking. I coach Colts Rugby and had, for my sins, agreed to help the under 7s team. Being prepared for herding cats, I planned a session to finish with a game. One 7-year-old explained how I could improve the game. I reluctantly entertained his idea
AGILE ORGANIZATIONThe Argentinian national football team became world champions. Due to the money involved, and above all, the number of people who train this sport professionally, it is the most competitive contest in the world. The level of difficulty is increased by the fact that a High Potential Team must be organized for a month,
Helping people “Get out of their own way” for business success“Getting in our own way” is a phrase that refers to the tendency for people to sabotage their own efforts or goals through their own actions or thoughts. This can manifest in a variety of ways, such as procrastination, self-doubt, or a lack of motivation.
Understand your client’s thinking to be more effective as a coachWho we are has a profound impact on our lives and the decisions we make. It influences not only what we do, but also how we do it when we do it (or not in a lot of cases), and most importantly, why we do
Amplifying your team’s advantages Understanding diversity in the financial industry and making it work for you Financial institutions are pillars of society, secure and reliable institutions that take care of money transactions. Of course, the foundations of financial institutions are their employees, and these types of companies are extremely careful about who they recruit to
Words by Levitha Biji Leicester business owner opens up about her experience of racism, which led her to start a business based on equality, diversity and inclusion Experiencing racism once – in a new business owner’s life – motivated Minakshee Patel to start her own consultancy firm. Whilst at a Polytechnic in the mid 1980’s,