Category: Paul’s Monday Tips

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Are you a manager or a leader?

Is the whole leadership vs. management thing a red herring? Consider your own situation...
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Introduce another player to the trainee/manager relationship

After delivering training you want to see behaviour change. The trainee may want to discuss this outside their line relationship. Introduce another player...
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The walk of power and grace

The way you walk has an enormous effect on the way you feel, your confidence levels and even what other people think of you...
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Beware of the ‘ISLAGIATT’ principle

Have you ever said 'It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time' about one of your learning initiatives? How can you avoid it next ...
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The comfortable way to extend your comfort zone

You have heard the expression - "Feel the fear and do it anyway". There is often an easier way.
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Do you have conscripts on your training programme?

If you have trainees on a course who do not want to be there, they probably won't do what is required to accomplish learning transfer. ...
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A simple key to leadership

Great leaders know this: People will do things when they know WHY, from their perspective, those things are important...
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Tap into your alumni to power your success

Consider using graduates of previous programmes to mentor new learners through their programme. Why?
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Your blind spots uncovered

Some of the most important growth areas for our personal development are not easily visible to us. Here is an idea how you can uncover ...
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The difference between experience and expertise

An experienced operator is someone who has had substantial exposure to a range of similar situations. However, if the situation is new or differs in ...
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