Personal growth: where to start I was recently interviewed as a speaker for the Association for Coaching national conference Time to Develop. One of the interview questions concerned the need for everyone to take time out for personal growth and self development. In my experience building career and leadership programmes for many different professionals as…
Make Time Count workplace consultancy can help your organisation thrive in today’s highly competitive and global talent landscape. We can help you ensure that staff you want to attract and retain have a workplace that provides a neurologically safe environment in which they can grow and develop. This organisational approach is invaluable at the recruitment stage and also in terms of retention success across corporate, NGO and higher education institutions.
Our USP: Triple benefit
A key selling point when attracting, retaining, and growing top performers is the support they are offered along the way. This is at the heart of the Make Time Count consultancy philosophy and our signature “triple benet” approach. We apply a systemic approach to ensure that the intervention brings added value for:
- the individual
- their team
- the institutional brand.
This means we help you invest your money wisely and reap benefits from the work in the short, medium, and long-term. Get in touch to explore how we can help you achieve your goals.
Minds at Work Case Study
Our Approach Makes a Difference
Techniques for decision making If you chase two rabbits, both will escape. Unknown author Decision making is nothing more than mental processes that helps us select a course of action or belief state. Every decision making process whether conscious or unconscious will produce a specific and final choice at any given time, though some choices…
We need to look at productivity more holistically I coach many academics and researchers because I am familiar with high-performance research environments and what it takes to succeed in them and still keep a soul. In this sphere, like many others, productivity is often linked with results. The same is true in business, corporate life…