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by Rob Hart 16 Oct, 2017
While sharing experiences recently, we discussed an interesting, but not uncommon, problem:  Expectation management – or rather a gulf in understandingRead the full article here .  




by Rob Hart 16 Oct, 2017
In our new blog series “The Thriving Manager” we look at common issues that we encounter – either ourselves, or based on discussions with other people.  Everyone’s situation is unique, so give yourself a little time to reflect on the content, and apply it to your situation.  You may need to apply particular skills or alternatively grasp the spirit and tailor it to your own needs.  Either way, find a ‘best fit’ solution, run with it, monitor it, and adapt as necessary.

We'll get started very soon.  Look out for subsequent posts in this series every 2 - 4 weeks.  
by Rob Hart 27 Sep, 2017
Rob Hart enjoyed delivering a great training event yesterday 'Scrub up well as a manager' in Bristol. Half a day of really valuable guidelines, processes and tips. This stuff really helps people.

Some great testimonials include "A great session with helpful guidelines, processes and tips! Delivered in a personal and relaxed way that enables you to engage and contribute."

And "Really useful afternoon. Some really great titbits to help me work more effectively."

And "Really useful session, and useful to discuss other peoples' experiences." 

This was the first of these courses to run outside of Bath, and was a lively and engaging event.  The photo is of the room from the Waterfront website - as Rob, in his excitement, made the schoolboy error of forgetting to take photos at the actual event! 

by Rob Hart 19 Sep, 2017
Manage and Thrive Training is now a World Health Heroes partner for management and leadership training.  

About World Health Heroes:

"Mission:  To educate, treat and support as many people as we can across the world. Making complementary health affordable and accessible to all people.

We are a growing family and network of health and wellbeing practitioners, who have joined forces to promote affordable health and wellbeing across our local communities. Through this hub you can book tickets to our wellbeing retreat days and conferences, learn more about us on our YouTube channel, and find a recommended Health Hero practitioner near you.

We are aiming to have teams and with it the Foundation in every major city and town across the UK. The foundation uses 50% of the company profits to pay for therapies for the local community. We want to bring complementary health to support groups, schools, the elderly and those on the lowest incomes. Our heroes can reach the people that need us most. "

by Rob Hart 18 Sep, 2017
"Scrub up well as a manager: A no frills guide to being a better manager" is our new course. Go beyond the basics you might find in a google search or a formulaic 'how to be a manager course'... this Manage and Thrive Training course offers tools and skills to make a real difference to your success as a manager.

Summary:  We don't really get told how to 'manage' at work, it is assumed. So when we are promoted from specific roles into management roles, people can struggle, and often with no help from their boss or the wider organisation. This training opportunity isn’t about learning to pass a test or getting a few letters for the CV. It is about you acquiring management essentials in a short period of time, without massively impacting on your busy schedule.

Aim: To provide insight, tools and techniques that you can apply, to help you to improve your performance in your management role.
Manage and Thrive Training offers 'short and sharp' focussed training. The idea is to give you the essentials, so you can apply them and start to thrive in your management role.  

So invest in yourself, go beyond 'just managing' and start to thrive - at work and at home. Book your place now.

by Rob Hart 11 Sep, 2017

Here's a useful but obvious management skill that doesn't usually get taught on courses: Actually talk to your team... ask how their night was, who won. Be interested... be a real, decent, engaged person. And then when you need it, they may well go the extra mile and excel for you.


by Rob Hart 11 Sep, 2017

"Scrub up well as a manager: A no frills guide to being a better manager" is our new course.  Go beyond the basics you might find in a google search or a formulaic 'how to be a manager course'... this Manage and Thrive Training course offers tools and skills to make a real difference to your success as a manager. 


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Manage and Thrive Training's blog

by Rob Hart 16 Oct, 2017
While sharing experiences recently, we discussed an interesting, but not uncommon, problem:  Expectation management – or rather a gulf in understandingRead the full article here .  




by Rob Hart 16 Oct, 2017
In our new blog series “The Thriving Manager” we look at common issues that we encounter – either ourselves, or based on discussions with other people.  Everyone’s situation is unique, so give yourself a little time to reflect on the content, and apply it to your situation.  You may need to apply particular skills or alternatively grasp the spirit and tailor it to your own needs.  Either way, find a ‘best fit’ solution, run with it, monitor it, and adapt as necessary.

We'll get started very soon.  Look out for subsequent posts in this series every 2 - 4 weeks.  
by Rob Hart 27 Sep, 2017
Rob Hart enjoyed delivering a great training event yesterday 'Scrub up well as a manager' in Bristol. Half a day of really valuable guidelines, processes and tips. This stuff really helps people.

Some great testimonials include "A great session with helpful guidelines, processes and tips! Delivered in a personal and relaxed way that enables you to engage and contribute."

And "Really useful afternoon. Some really great titbits to help me work more effectively."

And "Really useful session, and useful to discuss other peoples' experiences." 

This was the first of these courses to run outside of Bath, and was a lively and engaging event.  The photo is of the room from the Waterfront website - as Rob, in his excitement, made the schoolboy error of forgetting to take photos at the actual event! 

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