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Behaviours to develop trust within remote teams
These tactics to extend the reach of your company culture describe behaviours which could develop and maintain trust at work, now that managers must lead remote and dispersed teams.
Returning to work
Sarah Cave, Head of Leadership, reflects on the value of coaching during this 'Return to Work' phase. With remote working now an accepted norm, how does a leader build trust and confidence and a sense of connectedness with remote and complex team structures?
How to create an inclusive culture
Simon Tarver writes about his experiences of working with teams, the damaging notion of 'them and us' and the importance of a clear understanding of purpose and vision to mobilise, engage and unify teams
Primeast acquires The Blue Water Partnership
Automotive leadership and management development specialist The Blue Water Partnership becomes automotive division of Primeast. Founded 17 years ago, Blue Water has worked with Citroen, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Triumph Motorcycles and Volvo
The power of generative listening
The benefit of listening is something that every good leader will appreciate and understand. Generative listening could hold the key to a more productive future.
Switch on and mix up blended learning
Our Head of Client Solutions offers a different way of looking at how to design a blended learning program is to think about how to make the best smoothie.
Why teamwork lies at the heart of a successful matrix structure
Those working within a matrix structure will work at their best when teamwork is placed at the heart of the matrix. Read more about that role and how to establish strong teams.
What the Tour de France can teach us about teamwork
Simon Tarver looks at the Tour de France to show two very different approaches to leading a team. And explores what's needed to avoid building a dysfunctional team.
Fighting, not conflict, is a sign of dysfunction
Conflict can be positive within a team. But if it turns to fighting it has massive ramifications for companies. If teams become dysfunctional and fighting takes root, productivity and innovation will take a nose dive.
The role of emotional intelligence in the pharma industry
Developing emotional intelligence of those within the pharma industry can improve individual, team and project performance.
Managing Ambivalent Team Relationships
An ambivalent relationship is classed as a relationship in which both positive and negative feelings are present, usually with tension and conflict. It's the classic love/hate situation that requires careful balance.
Primeast presented to HM the Queen at Buckingham Palace
In recognition for achieving the Queen's Award for International Trade, Primeast's Russell Evans and Sue Walsh were presented to Her Majesty the Queen at Buckingham Palace.