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Positive Psychology At Work
Senior Level Communication
Keynote Speaking And Presenting Success
Building Up Confidence At Work And in Life
Developing Personal Impact And Building Productive Relationships
Managing Anger And Aggressive Behaviour
Presentation Master Class
Writing For Blogs And Social Media
Creating Powerful Relationships Through Networking
Time Management and Prioritisation
Personal Effectiveness & Communication
Our team provides hands-on, context-rich practical work-shops. They draw upon their considerable real world experience to deliver learning that is valuable and relevant with immediate impact/ROI.
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The trainer was very enthusiastic and having role play is a great idea to get us involved.
T. Rowe Price
Andrew was great and the whole day was very informative and Andrew was very engaging which was very nice. I enjoyed taking part of for the exercises as this showed what we had learnt was put to good use.
Thank you very much Andrew :-)
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Sarah is so engaging and provided a really constructive session (yet again!). She provides a safe atmosphere for us to discuss different topics and interact in a really positive way.
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Below are some extracts from our Professional Development manuals.
The following is an extract from our soft skills professional training course on Stress Management. This is one of over 50 courses for professionals available at our London offices, or your site UK wide and international. We can create tailored and bespoke training programmes for you and your team.
Creating a Stress-Reducing Lifestyle
Sticking to a healthy diet is a key part of managing stress. Giving your body the proper fuel will give you the energy you need to battle the harmful effects of stress.
Any changes in diet, sleep, and exercise must be lifestyle-oriented. There are no quick fixes, so try to set small goals for yourself.
Finding time to take care of our bodies is another challenge many of us face. Exercise is an important part of stress reduction for many reasons, including:
Try to find some activities that you enjoy. If you are having trouble finding the time to exercise, try these tips.
Remember, diet, sleep, and exercise are all lifestyle changes. Start slowly, build your commitment steadily, and stay positive and focused.