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  • Man reaches summit of mountain

    People who are motivated to achieve are always looking to improve, drive quality and love getting stuck into complex problems.

  • Female boxer kissing glove

    Have you ever wondered why the projects that excite you don’t seem to appeal to other people? Why some people love certain elements of their job that other people hate? Why ‘motivational’ talks inspire some people and turn off others?...

  • Motivation Shoes

    Motivation is often talked about, much researched, and prized goal of many leaders. Research shows it can provide a measurable competitive advantage, improve creativity, raise employee engagement levels as well as adding bottom line profitability.

  • Female Company Director at desk thinking

    This is a common dilemma we hear from many excellent CEOs. They are stuck in a conflict between caring for their staff and wanting them to deliver. That’s probably why we are often asked ‘What is the sweet spot where people are performing at their best without negative consequences for their wellbeing?’.

  • Designers choose colour palettes

    Creative people are often complex, and come with complex issues. It’s part of what makes them great at what they do - but not always easy to manage. Getting top creative talent to work well together calls for an understanding of their motivations and their behaviours.

    By creative, we mean truly innovative people and while we tend to think of designers, it also covers professions like architects, product developers and content creators - roles that produce the exceptional work that defines an organisation.

  • Various miniature people standing behind specs

    Is it really possible to solve unconscious bias in organisations? We are often asked this question. We commonly team up with specialists in diversity, equity and inclusion to assist in cultural change programmes designed to do just this. So yes, we believe there are ways to address and manage unconscious bias - both in ourselves and in others.

    Many people who have an ‘-ism’ are not being deliberately offensive or rude, their problem is in their unconscious bias. This is hard to shake because it is, by its very nature, unconscious. The person is not aware they even have a bias ‘it’s just how I am’ they might say.

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