Hey, are you talking my language?

Have you ever had problems getting someone to understand what you are trying to get across? You know that kind of stare they give you as if you’re off the planet? Well, if you are not using their preferred language patterns you may as well be talking double Dutch. This reminds me of when I was in Spain with my young family many years ago. I ordered us what I thought was baked beans on toast, but when our plate arrived we had broad beans and fried eggs! Hmmm, my Spanish is not as good as I thought! Sorry, I
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Women in Business – Hats off to you

Hats off to all the women in business where we have become successful at running our own companies! If you look back in the earlier centuries, you can see that women have made their way to the top changing the world with their amazing leadership qualities, very often behind the scenes. Lets face it ladies it’s not easy for women in business in a leadership role, the pressure can be pretty extreme at times, we have lots of hats to wear and plates constantly spinning in the air!  In many developing countries, we can see an increase in women owning
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Soft Skills

Soft Skills are imperitive if you are going to be successful in business. In this unique, interactive day course in Exeter you will learn how you will be able to use effective soft skills and see the difference with immediate effect, in face to face communications, telephone, emails, and written correspondence, presentations and meetings. You can become that charismatic person that people want to be around. Communication Skills Learn to listen more effectively Learn the cutting edge languages used for ultimate rapport How to match and mirror elegantly Be able to connect and build rapport with people fast. Learn how
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Women In Business can be successful

The world is full of strong, ambitious, committed, and dedicated women in Business. Some want to conquer it while others just want a better future for their loved ones and rightly so. In the business world women have become successful bosses; running their own companies or leading major ones.  For example  if you look at the early centuries, women have made their way to the top changing the world with their leadership qualities. Look at Katharine Graham; she became the first female CEO of the Washington Post in 1972, a 500 fortune company. Her legacy is an inspiration to women in
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Workplace problems can have devistating effects on your business

We all want and need our staff to perform well and feel 100% committed to their work, to have a great attendance rate and see spot on timekeeping, making a positive contribution to the company. However I am sure you know, at some point every business is likely to come across frustrating problems which can hold up business production – putting a spanner in the works, which could be related to: ☐ Staff/team issues ☐ Constant sickness leave ☐ Sloppy time keeping ☐ lack of motivation – not delivering on time ☐ A new promotion/manager/leader needing guidance ☐ Low self
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