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What Is Employee Engagement?

What is Employee Engagement?
Employee engagement is the active involvement and emotional commitment of individuals in their work or activities, …

Embracing Change and the Value of Over 50’s in the Workforce

1. Background
Most clients we speak with are talking about the challenges of attracting and retaining people. We’ve been particularly …

Shortage of Labour: Strategies for Attracting and Retaining Top Talent

Shortage of Labour: Strategies for Attracting and Retaining Top Talent
The current business landscape has presented challenges in finding and …

Making Mistakes at Work

One simple mistake can take a lot of undoing, a whole lot of anxiety and add unnecessary cost to your …

How to Land Your Message in the Virtual Room

Meetings during Covid19 are definitely a different experience…and for some of us the convenience of not leaving the house and …

Mindsets Matter

At Intelligent dialogue, we really believe that mindsets matter ; how we “feel” changes our emotional state which impacts our …

Ownership or Excuses?

Watch this powerful video – such a simple but useful way of thinking about personal and team behaviour.

Making Training Messages Live And Breathe

Making training messages live and breathe – an article in Call Centre Europe by Diane Banister, MD, Intelligent Dialogue Ltd.

Effective Consultancy

Effective Consultancy focuses on the processes and key skills of managing entry as the initial phase of the consultancy process. Hank Williams highlights the key issues for acting effectively as a consultant.

Effective Mentoring

Effective Mentoring explores the processes and skills of mentoring – how to effectively conduct a mentoring relationship and a mentoring session.

Effective Facilitation

Effective Facilitation focuses on the issue of the locus of responsibility; where the responsibility for the group’s effectiveness lies, & how to share responsibility appropriately with the group.

Effective Training

This whitepaper explores the process of creating the conditions for learning. It’s most useful for trainers who are involved in the areas of skill development rather than knowledge transfer.