Feedback – how do you take yours?


It is a tricky subject feedback; sometimes it is wanted, at other times it is not. Sometimes it is helpful, at other times not. Sometimes it needs to be caring and encouraging, whilst at other times a strong arm suffices. How, when and by whom feedback is delivered has a massive impact on how it is received and acted upon. Take my sons’ teachers for example.¬† Generally when it comes to parent teacher interaction, it…

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As an experienced and professional Consultant and Training Professional, I have had the privilege of working across a wide range of companies and business areas predominately in the Financial Services sector. Wherever I am and whatever job role I am undertaking on behalf of a client, you will always find me influencing and driving others to produce results.

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