Nudge theory is a great set of ideas applied successfully by governments. But it can also be applied to everyday work situations. A nudge consultancy session is basically a conversation focussed on the client’s challenges. As these are discussed nudge
Nudge is a set of ideas to help subtly influence people in the choices they make. It’s not about telling, more about encouraging a certain option. The seminar we run tends to be between 60 – 90 minutes in length
Mark Zuckerberg – An example of the importance of Mirroring in what we wear When Mark Zuckerberg appeared before the Senate it was noticeable for a number of reasons. The first one that jumped out at me was what he
A Rhetorical question is one to which you do not require an answer, at least not out loud. They are a very useful technique in presenting. Why? Because they engage your audience and keep them involved without actually requiring them to
I often get asked about eye contact. One of the questions I’m asked is about when to have eye contact and when not to. One of the critical moments to have eye contact is when you are trying to influence
How to get into Good Habits. For those of you have been on one of our training workshops you will know how keen we are to look at habits and how to improve them. Habits can be very funny things.
Interesting perspective from a BBC podcast This is a fascinating podcast from the BBC’s Analysis programme. We all look for talent when recruiting and we look to develop talent in our people. But does talent exist? This programme explores
Time management – top tip for effective meetings – have an objective How many times have you come out of a meeting not knowing whether it achieved anything? If we agree an objective for the meeting it is very clear
Time Management tips – take control Many of us have to respond to the many ad hoc issues that land in our inbox during the day. We have to reply and we have to be service oriented. But do we
Time management – top tip for effective meetings – timed agendas An agenda is always good, but a timed agenda is even better. Allocate time for each point on the agenda. Then monitor it as you go through the meeting.