Giving Delegates Feedback From Development Training

As a trainer I feel it is my professional obligation to give delegates as much as I am able to help them develop after our seminars.  If they feel there is something missing in this process I feel bad.  The issue of feedback, and above all ‘personal feedback’, is an on-going challenge. Some training and…

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7 Conflict Resolution Techniques for International Negotiators

Mention negotiation and many people become tense and fearful that the process will somehow cheat them out of a safe position.   Certainly sharks do exist who intentionally intend to mislead you but they are in the minority and if negotiation was only about inducing you to accept an unfavourable position then very few discussions…

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What would you say to a young person thinking of going to university?

I was recently asked the question – what would your career advice be to a young person who has to decide whether to go to university or start work at the lowest position and work their way up?   The answer seems to be in the question: what would your career (underline career) advice be?…

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