We’ve been helping our people develop their time management skills for years, decades even. So why is it that, as we approach 2018, there is still such a high demand for it?Read More
Recent Posts & Articles
Annette Quinn Stop procrastination in its tracks
They say procrastination is the thief of time. It's easy to succumb to it but how do you overcome it?Read More
Annette Quinn Stop struggling from email overload
What was life like back in the days before email was invented? I remember! It wasn’t quite as easy but we managed. We got through the day and communicated effectively by phoning people, meeting them for a coffee and a chat and by sending memos.Read More
Rachel Matthews How much time is wasted in your organisation?
We take a look at how much time is wasted in organisations in the UK with our latest infographic.Read More
Annette Quinn Six steps to effective delegation with your team
Delegation or the lack of it is a key reason as to why many of us struggle to get the most out of our day. Why is that? Well, when you ask most people why they don’t delegate, this is what they usually say.Read More
Annette Quinn Overcoming your time management thieves
Today we look at some small adjustments that you can make to improve your time management and overcome your time management thieves.Read More
Annette Quinn Time management thieves in your office
Whenever I facilitate a Time Management training programme, I always ask “What are your time thieves?”Read More
Annette Quinn What is Time Management?
When I run management courses, the need to manage time comes up as a required development area for most managers. Whether they are first line or at senior level, this is the one area they always feel they could do better in.Read More
Jane Hulme The importance of soft skills in your organisation
Soft skills are an essential part of todays business world and help your organisation use a person’s skills to their full potential. They go hand in hand with the hard skills that you may learn ‘on the job’, such as typing, or operating machinery.Read More
Rachel Matthews What are soft skills and why do you need them?
Soft skills refer to a range of skills which many people feel are intangible, unmeasurable or “cut and dried”. They are things such as personality traits, communication, personal habits, relationship skills and more. They are perceived to be soft because they find it harder to define, but in my view soft skills are the oil in the engine. They leverage hard skills and help you to get infinitely more results.Read More