Recognising positive contributions and managing poor performance is vital to ensure a productive environment. In partnership with Pinsent Masons LLP, we can help you recognise and manage performance with bespoke workshops tailored to you.
We all have conversations from time to time that we dread. Wishing it would go away rarely works. Having a clear strategy can make all the difference. This workshop is designed to give you the skills and confidence to have a meaningful, productive conversation.
On this workshop you will learn how those judgments impact on your decision making and how those judgments can sometimes create difficulties.If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.
Recruiting staff can be an expensive and time-consuming activity. Get it wrong and it can be very costly indeed. Get it right and your business will prosper.Talking Shop will work with your managers to ensure the interview process is as enjoyable, productive and effective as possible.
Through workshops, coaching, or a combination of the two, we can help you to discover your true voice and develop it to maximise its impact.
We all know the power of a great speaker and the influence this can have. Whether preparing for an in-house presentation, team talk, conference or client pitch a solid technique and confident approach can make all the difference.
One to one coaching can be a highly effective and time efficient way of developing new techniques. If you or your staff need to communicate for effectively, gain confidence and improve overall performance then we can help.
We help develop the communication skills, strategies and techniques to have successful conversations. Our interactive training workshops explore poor and best practice and give your managers the skills to really understand their staff, their motivators, aspirations and challenges.
Forum theatre was devised by Augusto Boal in the 1970s. He took a group of actors into the community; they interviewed people and wrote a play to reflect the situation they were in. This was typically used to bring about cultural and political change. This technique has been developed as a training tool to demonstrate poor and best practice in a work situation.