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BUILDING TRUST AND ENGAGEMENT FOR THE JOURNEY

When your business is going through changes, and your staff just aren’t on board it’s easy to become uncertain both in yourself and your team. In times like these, it’s important to make time to find out what’s going on.
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CHANGE AND TEAM DYNAMICS

Everyone copes with change differently…. Change has the ability to strengthen a team, or to do irreparable damage. Understanding how your people will react will help you navigate the situation and come out stronger at the other end.
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KEEPING YOUR BEST PEOPLE IN TIMES OF CHANGE

One of the biggest fears is losing your best employees. You know that changes will be on the horizon, so how do you stop them jumping ship?

REDUNDANCIES: MAKING CUTS IN A SMALL BUSINESS

In case you missed Emily's recent Facebook Live broadcast on redundancies in a small business, here are 5 key takeaways.  You can also download as a handy infographic.
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IDENTIFYING WHEN CHANGE IS NEEDED

Chances are that your business is nothing like it was 6 months ago, let alone how it was when you started. It’s no longer a matter of if you need to change, it’s a matter of when.

HOW DO I GIVE FEEDBACK TO AN EMPLOYEE?

This is often something many people struggle with. How do I give bad feedback without upsetting someone? How do I tell someone their performance isn’t up to scratch? How do I tell someone they are doing a good job and sound sincere? So here are our top 4 tips.