Three Habits of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People
You’ve just come out of a meeting with your manager. They’re unhappy with a report that you’ve worked hard on. You try to reason but they’re in no mood to listen. You walk out . . . and go straight into another meeting.
- How do you feel?
- What are you saying to yourself?
- Are you as present and productive at this next meeting as you would normally be?
Your answer to these three questions may give you an insight into your level of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and its impact on your performance and productivity at work.
Weight Loss and Learning Transfer – What’s the Connection?
First, what is Learning Transfer and why is it important to your business bottom line? Learning Transfer simply means creating sustainable change back on-the job after a learning “event”. Research1 suggests that as little as 20% of learning actually makes it back into the workplace.
Another Feather In The Cap
Celebration Day! Fran has just been advised that she has achieved competency in the new qualification, TAE 40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Innovative Ways to Reduce “Scrap” Learning
Scrap Learning is learning that is successfully delivered but not applied on the job and it comes with high costs. When learning transfer fails, companies waste time, effort and money.
How to Break “Bad” Habits
On Friday 21st September, Ignite Performance facilitated a session for the National Association of Women in Operations (NAWO), an association dedicated to increasing the number of talented women in operations in Australia. The interactive session focused on how to change unproductive habits at work and at home.
Future Leaders 18-month Program Comes to a Close
Today was a special day! As an invited guest of a valued business partner, Fran witnessed some extraordinary presentations from Future Leaders. But first, to give you the back story.
It’s Official: The Secret to High Performing Organisations is ... The Leader!
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The Neuroscience of Leadership
Recently, Ignite Performance was asked to give a presentation to a group of Senior Project Managers who are part of a Top 100 FMCG company. The topic was the Neuroscience of Leadership, based on the research of David Rock, author of “Quiet Leadership”. It’s a fascinating topic that marries the workings of the brain with the way we lead our people.
Two New Programs
Currently, I’m designing a couple of new programs to meet a client’s specific business need – helping people through transformational change. Talking to other clients, this is not an isolated business need. Many companies emerging from the difficult economy of the last few years are now pursuing growth strategies and grappling with major change.
Ignite Performance Featured in ILP's Dec 2010 Newsletter
In the December issue of the Institute for Learning Practitioners’ newsletter, Fran was interviewed for the "Learning Leaders" segment. In this interview, Fran shares insights into being both a learning professional and a valued business partner.
National Learning Practitioner of the Year
Recognising the emphasis Ignite Performance places on being a valued business partner, in October 2010, Ignite Performance principal Fran Corrigan was awarded "National Learning Practitioner of the Year" by the Institute for Learning Practitioners.