Archive for the 'Personal Development' Category

Creating habits using baby steps and MBTI

posted by on June 3rd, 2016

If you know and understand Myers Briggs (MBTI) then you will appreciate how my personality type (ENTP) may find creating habits a little more challenging than some other types. Essentially my type quite enjoys change – actually I like it a lot! ENTPs prefer to work to deadlines and thereforeRead more

All change – how to master our innate ability to form positive habits!

posted by on May 20th, 2016

Changing the way we think about things is like changing any habit; it requires effort, motivation and continued reinforcement. The truth is that many people struggle to change their unwanted habits. If you have ever tried to give up smoking or lose that last 7lbs then you’ll know what IRead more

Here’s a question we often get asked – WHAT DO YOU DO?

posted by on May 11th, 2016

At WorkshopsWork we don’t believe an ‘off the shelf’ solution will help you overcome your business challenges. Our bespoke development programmes are created around your needs using a blend of real world techniques that include training, workshops, team-building, 1-2-1 coaching and MBTI® profiling. At WorkshopsWork we DO believe that ‘growth’Read more

Looking to become a better communicator?

posted by on January 20th, 2016

Here are my top tips that may help remind you of a few well known standards. Feel free to share! 1. Show an interest in others, especially those who work with you. Make a point of sharing a little about what you are thinking and maybe some snippets about you,Read more

Make today better – beating the Monday blues

posted by on February 23rd, 2015

Monday is almost over and if you were feeling stressed or bored at work today then perhaps this blog might be the tonic you need. The truth is we all get stressed and fed-up from time to time. However if you are one of the thousands of people who areRead more

STOP RIGHT NOW – This blog could save your life!

posted by on September 21st, 2014

Thought of the day: When you are at your weakest and faced with a challenge, know that all your old issues/fears and unresolved lessons will rush up to the surface. The challenge at that point is to remain calm and focused so that you can think clearly enough to recogniseRead more

Put the camera down – use the lens of your mind and sharpen your focus!

posted by on August 6th, 2014

Have you ever wondered why certain events seem to stick in your mind over others? This thought was sparked by a comment from a customer the other day who, when trying to book an appointment, playfully remarked ‘every time I try to book you you’re on holiday!’ Could that beRead more

A Confidence Mantra That Works!

posted by on July 11th, 2014

We work with many different types of people and organisations delivering training and coaching solutions in a range of topics often referred to as ‘soft’ skills. Our goal is to help people reach their potential by developing their people management skills, personal self-management skills and their leadership qualities. We alsoRead more

Watch out for Sand in 2014

posted by on December 16th, 2013

This is an old story but it’s never had more resonance than in today’s busy world. Enjoy and I hope it helps. The tutor stood before the class and picking up an empty jar proceeded to fill it with rocks then asked, “was the jar was full?” – they respondedRead more

Spending Time Wisely – Top Tips

posted by on September 17th, 2013

  How to spend time – Top Tips  A few ideas to help you make the most of the time you have.  1. Think Small. Look at it this way – if you took back just 6 min of every hour for 8 hours a day, 5 days of theRead more