Balance and boundaries.

Today many of us struggle with feeling overwhelmed and over-extended, and we feel that every day is a ‘race against the clock’. We are constantly playing ‘catch-up’ with the whirlwind of commitments. Read our tips on maintaining balance and boundaries.

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TT Online shortlisted in Learning Technologies Awards

18th September 2020

Our digital coaching platform TT Online has been shortlisted in the 2020 Learning Technologies Awards Most innovative new learning technologies product. Winners will be announced on 18 November.

Don’t be overthrown: why rooting out bad leadership behavior is crucial for business

12th August 2020

Earlier this year, Forbes published research with the London School of Economics focusing on an all too common form of employee mistreatment, ‘supervisor social undermining’ defined as ‘when a supervisor intentionally tries to hinder an employee’s success at work, interfere with their ability to maintain positive work relationships and attempts...

Active or Passive inclusion: What’s your style?

11th August 2020

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we have no idea what’s going to happen next. To survive the next stage, businesses have to be reactive, and to do that they need teams which are diverse in every sense. For the organisation to be able to pivot to...

Post-pandemic, what kind of leaders do we want?

11th August 2020

We know from our coaching that there has been an evolution of the kind of leadership different generations expect; they prioritise leadership competencies differently. Boomers prioritise predictable employment and good wages. Millennials prefer to focus on flexibility and transferrable skills. While Gen Z live life more pragmatically, don’t label themselves...

Why leaders must embrace neurodiversity to make better decisions

11th August 2020

It’s not uncommon to see corporate teams that don’t function as well as they should or could. Their underperformance becomes increasingly apparent at times of critical decision making. Faced with a problem as complex and destabilising as the lingering COVID-19 virus, it’s clear we need more neurodiversity -- people who...

Corporate Comeback: Opportunity may be limited, but there’s no talent shortfall.

11th August 2020

Recent global events – specifically the COVID-19 pandemic – have left us reeling. We are only just beginning to feel the repercussions; socially, economically, and politically, and we still have no way of predicting the scope of the consequences further down the line. But we can’t let our adherence to...

Horrible bosses: The paradox of exclusive leadership

10th August 2020

With 50% of employees in the UK quitting their jobs to escape their bosses and 57% of employees in the US leaving their jobs ‘specifically’ to get away from their managers, dealing with the fallout of toxic bosses has become too high a price to pay. Businesses are realizing the...

Calling for an evolution of leadership: today’s leaders need a high care quotient

14th July 2020

Our CEO, Chris Parke, writes in Global Banking & Finance Review about the importance of inclusivity and care in the new style of leadership needed today.

Are you listening? The power of dialogue

1st July 2020

Most companies recognise the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Forward-thinking organisations around the world have invested heavily in “D&I” initiatives, with varying degrees of success. That’s because D&I is still being treated as a box-ticking exercise, rather than part of an organisation’s deeply ingrained DNA which ultimately...

The deep dive into a digital world: Lessons we must take forward

4th June 2020

Vicki Krajewski, Executive Director, Digital, Talking Talent The nature of what we can do online has transformed dramatically over a short period of time. Flashback to flip phones and dial-up internet of 2005 for stark proof. But a quickly expanding digital capability didn’t come with ready-made instructions on how best...