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Activity Logs

Activity logs are a useful tool for getting a handle on how you use your time. They’re a great aid to thinking objectively about how you could improve your time management and prioritise better. Unlike a simple time sheet, activity logs enable you to record your feelings and energy levels at different stages in the […]

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Are you suffering with ‘hurry sickness’?

This is a great article that nicely sums up the common problem faced by many managers – time pressure. It also offers some helpful advice on how to manage your time, reduce stress and stay on top of your work: Link to Hurry Sickness article (external content) You can learn much more about this topic […]

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3 big issues for managing remote workers

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With more and more of us working remotely, managers and organisations face significant challenges when it comes to ensuring the new ways of working strengthen rather than undermine their businesses. This article outlines 3 key areas: Protecting company culture, maintaining trust, and ensuring that technology helps rather than hinders geographically dispersed workers. http://www.virgin.com/disruptors/remote-working-three-sticking-points-managers-need-to-get-over   You […]

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James Bond knows the difference between Urgent and Important

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“Spectre” is the new James Bond film. Film number 24 for a hugely successful franchise. The pre publicity whets our appetite with what will be new and different, but beneath the changes, we know we will be in for crises that would break a lesser man, breath taking risks managed by precise and obsessive planning, […]

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How Can I Get My Weekends Back?

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… or why time and priority management matters As you start your working day – sitting on the train or perhaps in your kitchen having your breakfast before you go to your “home” office, is your heart singing as you think about the day ahead? No, not you? Perhaps your shoulders are starting to sag […]

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Stress: The truth that dare not speak its name

Recent research discussed in an article by the CIPD lends more weight to concerns over stress in the workplace, reporting that UK workers spend a third of their time at work feeling stressed (84 days out of the average 240 day working year). What does this mean for our productivity and well-being? Well, the same […]

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Libero: Online Training Comes Alive

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What’s so great about virtual training? One thing we have found a challenge when trying to promote virtual training is helping people to understand exactly why virtual training is different from other forms of e-learning. Often we can spend a lot of time explaining the benefits and how a typical session works, but it’s only […]

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Working Remotely: The Challenges

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Rise of the Remote Worker Communication technologies have transformed the possibilities for the ways we work over the last two or three decades. For many of us long gone are the days when the only way to access the information and knowledge we need to do our jobs was to travel to ‘the office’, where […]

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Virtual Training in Context

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The Pleasures and Perils of the Classroom The classroom based training course has been the mainstay of management development for decades – and for good reasons. The model is simple, allowing a group of colleagues with similar needs or aspirations to learn together, swapping ideas and learning from an expert course leader. Classroom training is […]

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Managing Stress at Work

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Keep cool and carry on There is a Hollywood stereotype ingrained in our consciousness.  You’ve seen it portrayed by Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry, Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones and Sigourney Weaver as Ripley.  What we are talking about here is the ability to stay cool under pressure. Typically, each cinematic hero faces pressures, confrontations […]

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