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Putting It All Together – Engaging Executive Programme
Posted By Duncan Fish on June 22, 2018
Putting It All Together – Engaging Executive Programme

The practical tips and tricks found throughout the Engaging Executive Programme can sometimes seem too simple to work, almost too good to be true. It’s not just the individual tips that are the driving force behind your transformation into an Engaging Executive. It’s combining all of them together into one powerful mixture that causes the real transformations to occur.

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What Makes a Leader: Influence
Posted By Duncan Fish on June 11, 2018
What Makes a Leader: Influence

If your aim is to be a leader in your organisation, just being good at your job isn’t enough.

Let’s paint a picture. You’re very good at your current job, which is mostly technical in nature. You deal well with numbers and facts, figures and charts, words and rules. Your job is almost always constant and you know what you’re doing, where you’re going and how other people in your office will respond. Everything regarding your job is a known fact.

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How to Set Up a Mentoring Relationship
Posted By Duncan Fish on May 16, 2018
How to Set Up a Mentoring Relationship

Maybe your industry expertise has led someone to ask you to become a mentor to them in their aspiring career. Maybe you’ve found yourself more or less adopting the role organically, as you develop relationships with junior employees in your organisation. Regardless of how the position has fallen into your lap, you may be thinking to yourself, so what now?

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The Pull Style in Action
Posted By Duncan Fish on May 6, 2018
The Pull Style in Action

Want a real-life example of how the pull style actually works in real life? Take this story shared by one of our Engaging Executives in training, Michael.

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Is Your Stellar Team Actually Subpar When It Comes to Range of Influence?
Posted By Duncan Fish on April 16, 2018
Is Your Stellar Team Actually Subpar When It Comes to Range of Influence?

Your team is doing well, but you’re noticing one key weakness, particularly in meetings, particularly in meetings with clients. You have a great team of client-facing individuals, who are influential in their own way, but stick them in front of certain clients or throw a spanner into their normal influential routine and they lose all … Continue reading Is Your Stellar Team Actually Subpar When It Comes to Range of Influence?

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The Benefits of Assertive Engaging Executives in Action
Posted By Duncan Fish on April 4, 2018
The Benefits of Assertive Engaging Executives in Action

The emergence of an Engaging Executive is a magical thing. As your employees find their inner voice and start to blossom into well-rounded leaders in your company, you’ll find that everyone has their surprising moments, not least of all when these Engaging Executives‘in training’ get to the stage of the process wherein they learn how to assert themselves and influence others. It’s here that they’re learning about their own voice and how to tap into their own power to make things happen, whether that’s getting their coworkers onto their own agenda, or drawing on their teammates’ own hopes and dreams to advance everyone’s goals.

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The 5 Tips Your Least-Social Team Members Need to Hear
Posted By Duncan Fish on March 23, 2018
The 5 Tips Your Least-Social Team Members Need to Hear

It’s not an uncommon challenge that L&D directors face — you have a team member who just won’t open up, who’s terrible at building relationships with clients and who you really can’t send out into the world, to an event to represent the company. These individuals are weak links on your team, but they don’t have to be. With the right coaching, these colleagues can learn to overcome their aversion to networking, both to the benefit of their own careers and the company.

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Have an Unsocial Butterfly on Your Team? Get Them in the Social Mindset
Posted By Duncan Fish on March 11, 2018
Have an Unsocial Butterfly on Your Team? Get Them in the Social Mindset

As a CEO or other manager in your business, you know the power of networking. Half of getting to where you are today was pure skill, but the other half (maybe even more than half) was the ability to network with people and create the crucial relationships needed to advance your career and do your job with as much effectiveness as possible.

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The Power of the Rapport Triangle
Posted By Duncan Fish on March 4, 2018
The Power of the Rapport Triangle

Every day, my clients are learning to ENGAGE with their colleagues on a deeper and more meaningful level. They frequently cite their biggest success within the Engaging Executive Programme has been cultivating the ability to build rapport with others, learning how to connect with them on a different level than they would have been able to otherwise.

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Evaluating Your Career at the End of the Year
Posted By Duncan Fish on December 19, 2017
Evaluating Your Career at the End of the Year

Just like you want to give your own performance a personal review at the end of the year, you also probably want to give your actual career and job a type of evaluation, to ensure you’re on the right path.

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Engage Book

Engage Book

Engage is a book which shows you how to achieve that vital intersection of technical excellence and interpersonal….

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