Mycroft Talisen Ltd

January 25, 2012 - Case Studies - Post by: ISSL

The Motivation: Communication and rapport building are crucial across all industries and at all levels, and to ensure that as a company we understand each other and our work processes are as productive as possible is crucial. If we can develop our internal communication and understanding, this will carry through

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Lancashire Business View

January 25, 2012 - Case Studies - Post by: ISSL

The Motivation: Lancashire Business View’s reputation as a magazine and a brand has progressed impressively in recent years, and while the team continue to work effectively, developing responsibilities and increasing workloads are bound to result in additional pressures. We wanted to analyse ourselves to identify if we had any room

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Carlisle City Council (Local Environment)

January 25, 2012 - Case Studies - Post by: ISSL

The Motivation: Government cuts in funding and re-structuring in the department had significant impact on morale in the team. Enthusiasm and relationships were on a downward trend and needed a positive intervention. Lower productivity, grievances and stress, were resulting in higher sickness levels and talented staff looking to move on

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Community & Business Partners

January 25, 2012 - Case Studies - Post by: ISSL

Objectives: To design and deliver a staff-training programme to reward staff for their hard work and dedication that was both fun and constructive. Enhance communication skills within the team. Project: Community & Business Partners CIC is a well-established company that takes nothing more seriously than the welfare and value of

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Lancashire Constabulary

January 25, 2012 - Case Studies - Post by: ISSL

Aims of the workshop, To provide staff an opportunity to enhance their leadership capability through developing coaching skills. Objectives Adopt a coaching style to enhance individuals performance Conduct meetings using the GROW model Recognise opportunities to adopt a coaching style when providing feedback, in performance meetings and on-going staff development

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