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    The British Workforce has moved on!!

    It’s official – the British Workforce has moved on! I read a quote recently that said Britain has ‘the wrong workers, in the wrong place, at the wrong time’. And it is true that in some sectors, business is really struggling to recruit the right people, with the right skills, right now.   ‘The wrong […]

    The History of the Smart Working Revolution

    21 years ago, Olly & I worked for a business called Inkfish Call Centres. It was there that we first trialled Smart Working. We introduced amazing options such as Gym, Term Time, Winter Warmer and School Leaver Teams. We ran training in NLP subjects such as emotional intelligence, building two way trust  and coaching for […]

    A Question of Trust

    Many teams have underlying trust issues. Yet so many Leaders don’t want to want to face it.  Instead the problem is ignored – swept under the carpet – because the team is productive! But how does a lack of team trust impact your team? Here are a few indicators we look out for: 1. Team […]

    A Revolutionary Tale

    On bleak and windswept Whittington Moor in Derbyshire stood an alehouse. It was called the Cock and Pynot which is a dialect word for magpie. Through the rain, three horsemen rode to this remote place…. They stepped inside, got a beer and started plotting to overthrow the King. The Earl of Devonshire from nearby Chatsworth, […]