Resources / Tags / Performance Improvement

Performance Improvement

Two colleagues, an older and a younger, sitting beside each other at a desk in an office, chatting.

Have you considered reverse mentoring?

By Amanda Furness | 21 September 2021

Reverse mentoring is gaining in popularity. In this post we set out briefly the ways it can bring value to an organisation together with the training options we can deliver to help support the integration of a reverse mentoring programme.

Read More
Man resting head on computer keyboard

Newsletter Articles – Workplace Wellbeing and Performance

By Amanda Furness | 08 September 2016

In Equilibrium’s early Autumn 2016 edition features external articles on workplace wellbeing & performance with an “and finally” aimed at opening our minds.

Read More
Small wooden letter tiles spelling out the words Think The Best

Resilience Skills : Did you know there are different types of optimism?

By Amanda Furness | 27 August 2015

An article in our series on resilience which looks at the subject of optimism and the type of optimism you need to practice in order to become resilient.

Read More
you are here

Resilience Skills : Is the business case for mindfulness too good to be true?

By Amanda Furness | 20 August 2015

A short article which discusses how organisations may benefit from promoting mindfulness in the workplace and offering their leaders and staff the option of mindfulness training.

Read More
Locus of control - Steering wheel

Resilience Skills : What is a Locus of Control and how can it effect the workplace?

By Amanda Furness | 20 August 2015

This short article begins by explaining what the term Locus of Control means and how it can be either internal or external, before going on to give a couple of practical examples of how this knowledge can be useful in the workplace.

Read More
Impulse control - neurons

Resilience Skills : The effect of impulse control in the workplace

By Amanda Furness | 26 June 2015

A short article which highlights the importance of impulse control in the workplace by comparing the behaviour of two fictional managers, and then offers some tips to help you learn to manage your impulses.

Read More
Resilience Training - Tree thriving in dry, cracked earth

Resilience training course impact

By Jan Lawrence | 27 August 2012

We have recently provided Resilience training for a UK council with over 10,000 employees. Here we summarise a report which outlined the impact of the resilience training and at the bottom of the page there is a link to the full report.

Read More

Shakespeare at Work

By Jan Lawrence | 19 September 2011

This new one-day workshop inspires individuals, at all levels, to develop new strategic thinking skills; managers, with diverse teams to run, discover new ways to communicate; and CEOs benefit from its leadership aspects.

Read More
Emotional Intelligence Training

Emotional Intelligence at Work

By Jan Lawrence | 09 September 2011

What is emotional intelligence? Here we introduce our 1-day eq course

Read More
Speaker symbolising feedback

Mental Health Course Feedback

By Jan Lawrence | 24 August 2011

Mental Health Awareness training – some customer feedback for this particular course and also details of where to find the details about our Mental Health Awareness 1-day in-house training.

Read More