Career Transition Coaching from ASK

Download the Career Transition Coaching guide here There are many reasons that we might want to seek support and coaching as we face changes or challenges at work – whether that is through promotion, re-shaping roles, redundancies or the impact of significant events such as the Coronavirus Pandemic on how we work. Maintaining performance through … Continue reading “Career Transition Coaching from ASK”

Neurodiversity, and the adaptive brain.

The key to all learning is intrinsic motivation – the fundamental driver for learning motivation is curiosity. Download and read Liaquat Lal’s article on the adaptive brain here.

The key to all learning is intrinsic motivation – the fundamental driver for learning motivation is curiosity. Download and read Liaquat Lal’s article on the adaptive brain here.

The psychology of leadership

As with all people, some leaders are great – and some just think that they are. We see in the news that leadership is a contentious and challenging area – and that those who believe in their leaders can be very passionate – and vocal – about that support.

As with all people, some leaders are great – and some just think that they are. We see in the news that leadership is a contentious and challenging area – and that those who believe in their leaders can be very passionate – and vocal – about that support.

Neuroplasticity in learning

Neuroplasticity is one of the most powerful tools in the armoury of any training and learning professional – but what is it, and how does it work?

Neuroplasticity is one of the most powerful tools in the armoury of any training and learning professional – but what is it, and how does it work?

International Women’s Day

As we celebrate International Women’s Day this year let’s take a moment to appreciate how far things have already come, celebrate the ongoing progress, and embrace the benefits of allowing the nature of leadership to evolve.

As we celebrate International Women’s Day this year let’s take a moment to appreciate how far things have already come, celebrate the ongoing progress, and embrace the benefits of allowing the nature of leadership to evolve.

Don’t hold your people back.

This week we saw a quote circulating on social media that struck a chord:
CFO asks CEO: “What happens if we invest in developing our people and they leave us?”
CEO: “What happens if we don’t, and they stay?”

This week we saw a quote circulating on social media that struck a chord:
CFO asks CEO: “What happens if we invest in developing our people and they leave us?”
CEO: “What happens if we don’t, and they stay?”

Leadership is dead!

It was Ghandi who said “I suppose at one time, leadership meant muscles, but today it means getting along with people” – Leadership has changed!

It was Ghandi who said “I suppose at one time, leadership meant muscles, but today it means getting along with people” – Leadership has changed!

Five ways you’re letting your employees down.

Leadership isn’t always easy, and it can be hard to balance your own needs with what’s best for every member of your team…

Leadership isn’t always easy, and it can be hard to balance your own needs with what’s best for every member of your team…

Are you a puppeteer or a conductor?

With leadership – be it ruling a country or leading a small internal team – there are extremes. To see how this translates to the workplace, we can use the analogy of puppeteers vs conductors.

With leadership – be it ruling a country or leading a small internal team – there are extremes. To see how this translates to the workplace, we can use the analogy of puppeteers vs conductors.