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The Benefits of Mentoring Skills in the Workplace

By Amanda Furness | 13 June 2016

This short post introduces In Equilibrium’s new mentoring skills course and highlights some of the benefits of mentoring skills for the mentor, protege and organisation.

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Newsletter Articles – the three C’s, the 70 percent rule and others

By Amanda Furness | 12 February 2015

A look at the external articles which featured in the February/March 2015 edition of our bi-monthly newsletter “In Equilibrium”.

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The implications of wellbeing in the education sector

By Amanda Furness | 08 December 2014

A look at why leaders in the education sector decide to offer resilience and wellbeing workshops to those involved in the teaching profession.

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Management Training

Management Training

By Jan Lawrence | 28 February 2014

Good quality training to help minimise the risk of stress and enhance wellbeing can result in untold benefits for the staff and management of an organisation which can, in turn, bring huge rewards to the organisation as a whole. This page gives a brief summary of the in-house courses offered by In Equilibrium which are suitable for management training.

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Managing Stress at Work

By Jan Lawrence | 23 May 2012

Proactive Stress Management. The ‘Stress management competency indicator tool’ is designed to allow you to assess whether the behaviours identified as effective for preventing and reducing stress at work are part of your management repertoire or not. The aim is to help you to reflect upon your own behaviour and management style.

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Managers Job Preventing Bullying in the Workplace

By Jan Lawrence | 19 April 2011

Managers need to be aware that an abuse of their positional power will send mixed messages about unacceptable behaviour, and will only serve to condone harassment and bullying. Line managers are also responsible for ensuring that team members perform to an acceptable standard. Because of this, it is important that legitimate concerns or criticisms about…

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Tips to Motivate Employees in an Economic Downturn

By Jan Lawrence | 17 March 2011

It has never been more important for organisations to develop an engaged, motivated and committed workforce. Effective leadership and motivation is key. The following tips will help you:

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New Testimonial: Julian Housing

By Jan Lawrence | 09 October 2009

“…The training was excellent with the content adapted to our specific needs as a voluntary sector agency….All managers reported that the training had been incredibly useful in helping us to develop and grow through a period of considerable change.”

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Beating the 24/7: How business leaders achieve a successful work-life balance, by Winston Fletcher

By Jan Lawrence | 30 August 2008

As well as some general tips on creating a healthy work life balance for yourself, this book contains 16 chapters of work/life interviews with business leaders from Sir Dominic Cadbury to Sir Richard Branson.

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The Seven Habits of Highly Successful People

By Jan Lawrence | 28 August 2008

This is one of the most famous personal development books ever written and has since spawned a veritable industry: leadership training, time management systems, you name it.

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