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  • Presentation Skills – it’s all Greek to me
    It’s often been said that apart from bereavement, public speaking is the most stressful experience we can have. If you’re fretting about making a presentation then here’s some great advice from ancient history. Greek philosopher Aristotle talked about three concepts: ethos, pathos and logos. Here’s our take on his top tips on how to improve your more » The post Presentation Skills – it’s all Greek...
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  • Listening to understand v listening to respond
    Our blog in March focused on listening skills. This blog focuses on the attitude needed to listen effectively. In essence, the difference between listening to understand v listening to respond. Take a look at the video clip below which was live on television just a week ago. Make your judgement – are these people listening more » The post Listening to understand v listening to respond appeared fir...
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  • What to do when things go wrong
    What to do when things go wrong? Last week’s eviction of Dr. David Dao from the United Airlines flight went viral. Not the kind of publicity that is welcome. Whatever the reason for the passenger being removed the whole episode proved to be a serious public relations gaffe that damaged share price as well as reputation. more » The post What to do when things go wrong appeared first on Beyond Theor...
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  • Listening is far more than hearing
    Giving employees a voice is a recognised driver to increase employee engagement. People need to feel they can contribute ideas and improve things that aren’t working. Listening, rather than just hearing, is therefore essential.  Encouraging employees to give their views can be done in many ways. Here are a few: Annual employee surveys Appraisal interviews 1:1 more » The post Listening is far more ...
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  • Higher levels of employee engagement boost customer satisfaction
    This headline is a direct quote from the UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI) published by the Institute of Customer Service (ICS) in January 2017. This report goes on to say that a 1 point increase in employee engagement is likely to give a 0.41 point uplift in customer satisfaction. And we know how well customer more » The post Higher levels of employee engagement boost customer satisfaction a...
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  • The Science of Persuasion
    Influencing others is essential in business. Whether in sales, design, management or anything else how we persuade others is key to our success.  So is persuading others an art or a science? Life is a negotiation. We can rarely, if ever, succeed by ourselves. Therefore it’s very important to understand the science of persuasion. Only more » The post The Science of Persuasion appeared first on Beyo...
  • How to make your New Year resolutions happen
    Happy New Year! And welcome to the season for New Year resolutions. I expect that my local gym will be full and that lots of people will be watching not only their portion size but what’s in their portions too. Until at least February… Apparently most New Year resolutions fail to go beyond even the first more » The post How to make your New Year resolutions happen appeared first on Beyond Theory.
  • Treating a complaint as a gift…
    ‘Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning’ is a quote often attributed to Microsoft founder Bill Gates. How do you view and handle your complaints? Are you really using every opportunity to turn those ouch! moments in to wows! Can your complaints be those extra gifts you’ve be waiting for? Let’s face more » The post Treating a complaint as a gift… appeared first on Beyond T...
  • Leadership v management
    Leadership versus management is a topic that is often discussed and debated on our leadership and management development courses. Which is the best? Are they the same? Does it really matter what you call it, so long as you are doing the right thing the right way? To raise and address these questions we often more » The post Leadership v management appeared first on Beyond Theory.
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  • How to give a feedback sandwich with no bread…
    Over time I have often come across the method of giving feedback using the sandwich technique. I think you’ll recognise this: something positive, something negative and then something positive. Although I appreciate the need to leave people feeling on a high and feeling motivated, I do question whether the so called meat in the sandwich gets more » The post How to give a feedback sandwich with no ...
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