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Tag: Human Resources

Coaching Culture Leadership

This is a pioneering, practical, neuroscience-based, highly interactive 1-day Coaching Conversations training program to develop Coaching Conversations skills for leaders. The main objectives of the

Team Building Event – Social Scavenger

A team building day (or 1/2 day), using our innovative Social Scavenger Smart-phone based app, engages the team as they complete a series of short,

Effective Recruitment and Behavioural Interview Skills

Effective Recruitment and Behavioural Interview Skills is a program designed to help employers get in control of their workforce by developing a knowledge base of

Hot Links To Learning – Managing Up

Managing Up is a crucial skill, but one of the hardest things to do. How well you do it can undoubtedly make or break your

Change Resilience Program – Staff, Management and Executives

The human brain is generally wired to be wary of change. It’s a survival instinct. We usually adapt to change because we have to, not because

How To Choose The Best Executive Coach For You?

There are over 10,000 coaches in Australia. So, choosing the best Executive Coach for you can be a real challenge. Executive Coaching is a significant investment in time,

Hot Links To Learning – Cultural Diversity

Happy Waitangi Day, Thaipoosam Cavadee, and Independance Day! In this week’s Hot Links To Learning we chose to share some snippets of celebrations as they

Complimentary – Round Table Discussion Managing Up PUBLIC Sector – 14 FEBRUARY 2017

Our popular Round Table Discussion series continues into 2017! In the first discussion of this year, we’ll explore thinking and ideas around Managing Up, i.e.

Simon Sinek Event: Early Bird Invitation with Peter Docker

Simon Sinek, author of “Start with Why” LIVE in Australia and New Zealand As a valued member of the Southern Cross Coaching & Development community,

Hot Links to Learning – Neuroscience – 27 Oct 2016

  This weeks’ theme is neuroscience, and its application to coaching styles, HR practice, and social intelligence. The article that challenges the “left or right