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We specialise in mentoring and believe in the importance of sharing wisdom and experience for the benefit of others. So, we put a lot of effort into developing our free to download eBooks on Career Conversations, Mentoring and Leadership Development

We hope you find them useful.

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It’s Good to Talk. A Practical Guide to Career Conversations in the Workplace

Talented employees want to know where they stand in the organisation now and their possibilities for the future. They want direction on what and where they need to develop, and they seek feedback and support in their efforts. If they are able to have honest, open, two-way conversations, they will feel more engaged by their work and more committed to the organisation. In short, they want a career conversation.
The big questions are these. “How can you have engaging career conversations that empower employees? At the same time, how can you provide them with the information and support they need?” That’s what this guide is designed to answer.

LEADER. A Practical Guide to Developing Leaders in the Workplace

There is good reason for investing in leadership development. But where do you start? It can be so confusing. Anything to do with developing leaders seems overcomplicated. Often it’s loaded with management speak and cumbersome HR processes. And sometimes it can seem like a huge budget expense with little return on that investment.
What if you could demystify leadership development and have a step by step guide to follow? In this eBook you’ll discover a practical six-step system and a roadmap for keeping and developing leaders that you can use in your organisation.

M-Power. A Practical Guide to Mentoring in the Workplace

With the right opportunities for progression and development, you can increase employee engagement. You can achieve clear career development and talent retention. And you can reduce the cost of recruitment.
This ebook will provide you with the information you need to promote mentoring in your organisation. You will gain an appreciation of the areas you need to consider if you are going to introduce mentoring. And you’ll discover the steps you need to take to make mentoring work in practice.

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