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Eleven Ways to Ensure Delegates Don't Leave Your Event Early

So, your event is underway, but with each passing hour your audience shrinks. Some delegates leave during the coffee or lunch breaks, others walk out during the plenary sessions or breakouts.

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Look Around, Recognise, And Celebrate A Job Well Done

Recognition is a fundamental human need. At the most basic level, it makes us feel valued, which is what inspires us to stay all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed at work. Out of all the things that matter in the workplace, helping employees feel appreciated is the most important one.

5 years

Here is Why You Should Never Stop Trying

This is something that I tell my team members at ProofHub, “You should always be open to trying new things.” As Jack Ma quotes, “Once in your life, try something. Work hard at something. Try to change. Nothing bad can happen. '' And so I believe.

5 years

If Your Goal Is To Retain Employees, Start Training Them

Training isn’t just important in any organisation, it is vital.

5 years

The Dark Arts of Managing Change

In an earlier article, I explored why and when domain expertise matters. In that piece I referenced the three differentiators of Alpha change professionals; one of those was an ability “to get things done”. A friend, Simon Bennett, refers to this as “navigating the organisation”, but I think it is wider than that. Few changes are totally confined to a single organisation in terms of needing to contribute to the change or being impacted (positively or negatively) by the change. For that reason, I still prefer the more open “getting things done”.

5 years

Metaphysics: Why it Matters?

You’ve probably heard about the word “vibration”, or “vibe” in short, but you are unsure what it means and why it matters to you…Don’t worry, you are not the only one. 

5 years

How Do You Measure Achievement ?

I was at my old college for lunch on Saturday and met up with a few alumni, some older, some younger than me. At lunch the principal read out a letter from an old student, and it reminded me of two letters I received, as an undergraduate, from my tutor.

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