Our newsletters are full of advice on how to get the most out of your team to improve business performance.
January 2020 – What’s the best way to manage your people? By engaging with them or by empowering them? What’s the difference? This is what we’ll explore in this issue of PepTalk.
November 2019 – You want a pay rise!? How much is enough when it comes to paying your team? Click here for this issue of Pep Talk that discusses the importance of paying the right amount.
September 2019 – How Do You Reward Your Employees? – How do you make sure that you are rewarding your people in a way that will motivate them to do their best for you? Read this issue of Pep Talk to find out.
July 2019 – Managing Performance and Mental Health at Work – Make the most of Wellness and Performance Action Plans to help manage performance. This issue of Pep Talk will show you how.
May 2019 – Managing Performance and Mental Health at Work – What do you need to know? Read this issue of the newsletter to find out.
March 2018 – Why is Giving Challenging Feedback So Tricky to Get Right? What about the really difficult, challenging feedback that you need to deliver? This issue of PepTalk will help you to get it done effectively. Read on to find out how!
January 2018 – Feedback is not Criticism in Disguise. Giving feedback when it’s needed is not always easy. Too often it is seen as criticism, so I thought I would use this issue of PepTalk to talk about how to give good feedback.
November 2017 – Are You The Perfect Boss? Training that includes personality profiling can help you to understand your individual personality. It shapes your behaviours that impact on your leadership style and influence the type of boss you are. Read on to find out more!
May 2017 – People Management is not just about individuals doing what they need to do to reach their targets. In this issue of our newsletter we look at the importance of doing it for the team. Click here to read it.
March 2017 – The majority of people you manage will deliver what is expected of them and will do a good job. What about the ones that don’t? This issue of PepTalk provides you with a good place to start in managing performance.
January 2017 – In this newsletter I highlight some of the most important people issues that I believe you need to consider this year, in order to continue to get the most from your people and your organisation. Read it here.
July 2014 – The Art and Luck of People Management. Learning about the science of people is only one part of the People Management puzzle; another piece involves the art of applying that learning. Click here to read how to put them all together for the best effect.
May 2014 – People Management – is it Art, Science or Luck? There are varied definitions to people management and there is no set approach to handling it. With the right mix of art, science and luck you can get it right. Click here to see what we can learn from the science of people management.
October 2013 – How to get the best from your team Many people believe that once they’ve hired new employees, they can sit back and relax, because the hard work is done. However, this is just the start of it! Click here to read the full newsletter.
June 2013 – How Not to Recruit the Best People for Your Business. Many business owners and managers think that when it comes to recruiting additional members
of staff, they are looking for someone “a bit like me.” Click here to read the full newsletter.
April 2013 – Manage Your People for the Best Performance Managing performance is something that as a manager you will do every day – probably without even realising it. However, it’s not just about training people to do a job and making sure they are doing it to the standard you want them to do it. April 2013 – Manage Your People for the Best Performance
January 2013 – Pay: Are You Only Paying What You Can Get Away With. I hate to break this to you – the reason why most of your people are working for you is not that they love your organisation or products. It’s the salary that you pay them. Click here to read the full newsletter.
July 2012 – The Boss Effect. If at some stage in your career you are put in a position of managing others then you become the ‘boss’.
May 2012 – Using Organisational Development to Gain Competitive Advantage. Gaining market advantage and differentiation from competitors is a key strategy for every business no matter what industry they operate in. Click here to read the full newsletter.
March 2012 – Is Your Team Working? Working well with others is a key requirement for every job. This is never more important than when working as part of a team. Click here to read the full newsletter.
February 2012 – Are Your Teams or Individuals Under Performing? Poorly performing individuals and teams can have a negative impact on the success of your business and reputation. Click here to read the full newsletter.
December 2011 – Reluctance to Change. . Your business is a success and it is growing. You are recruiting new people and securing the future of your company
for all. Click here to read the full newsletter.
October 2011 – Organisational Development: Growth without Growth! The success of your business relies on your employees; by getting the best from your team you get the best for your organisation. Click here to read the full newsletter.