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Our Latest News - July 2016

How knowing your “type” can unlock your potential

A contribution from our much respected friends and colleagues in the UK, Chartwell Learning & Development

We practise what we preach. Our business philosophy is based on mutual trust and flexibility, which is central to the way we run the Programme and work with our clients. We value our relationships and take pride in keeping things simple – we want our relationships to be transformational rather than transactional.

The core team is based in Brighton, UK, but with our network of committed, highly experienced and professional facilitators, and our community of international partner organisations, we have a global reach.

We have recently combined the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) into our work with delegates on the Positive Power & Influence Programme – with very positive results.

MBTI is something many of you may have come across during the course of your personal development. And in short we’re using it to investigate how personality type, as defined by this test, can help or hinder your ability to influence upwards. We’ve found that greater self awareness can help tackle some of the behavioural barriers that stand in our way.

To explain a little more we’re going to follow the journey of two of our PPI practitioners – Nicola Lincoln and Deborah Fleming.

But first a little background. MBTI was established in the 1940s and traces its lineage back to theories proposed by Carl Jung in the 1920s. Jung theorized that there are four principal psychological functions by which we experience the world: Sensing, Intuition, Thinking and Feeling. Read more here…

NEW Program for Women Leaders!

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4 Benefits of Making Learning a Leadership Priority

As a leader, it is your responsibility to guide employees in the right direction. You must ensure that you are someone they feel like they can trust, communicate with and learn from. However, it is also important that you provide the necessary resources and opportunities that allow them to educate, develop and grow within their positions. In the words of Jack Welch, "Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others."



Five Basic Things a Leader can do when the Work-Life Balance is Off

There is no such thing as “work is work and home is home.”

We all try to do it. Separate work and home. Compartmentalize each role we play ̶ leader, planner, laborer, parent, sibling, significant other, etc. We say that “work is work and home is home,” but is it really? When you hire an individual, you hire the whole person. The person who wakes up at 2 a.m. to feed a crying child; or the individual who works two jobs to make ends meet. What about the one who is enjoying every free moment they have and spending precious time with family and friends? Read more...

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Nashua NH 03062-5737
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