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The Human Angle in Agile Transformation

The Human Angle in Agile Transformation

We are pleased to welcome back Sandra Glowania, a former intern at LSIC, who has just completed her Masters in Intercultural Management. Sandra is going to share her thoughts about agile transormation and the importance of addressing intercultural and interpersonal differences when implementing change programmes.

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Putting your audience first: the key to great presentation skills

Putting your audience first: the key to great presentation skills

Delivering a presentation can be a stressful and nerve-wracking experience. Often it can seem easiest to focus on pre-prepared content concentrating on what we think our audience needs to hear rather than thinking about their expectations and preferences. This blog explores why it is so important to put your audience first.

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Trust: the final frontier for high performing teams

Trust: the final frontier for high performing teams

Trust and trustworthines can be elusive qualities but all the research points to the fact trust is the magic ingredient that enables high performing teams. The challenge is often two-fold: firstly developing an awareness that trust is required and secondly understanding and adapting to the attitudes and behaviours that different individuals need to trust each other. Read on to understand some of the interpersonal and intercultural differences in trust and how managers can generate higher levels of trust within their teams.

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Email etiquette - 10 faux pas to avoid when writing professional emails

Email etiquette - 10 faux pas to avoid when writing professional emails

An email can leave a lasting impression on its reader and getting it wrong can affect relationships, damage reputation and potentially lose you business. Here is our handy list of mistakes to avoid at all costs when writing professional emails. If you would like to improve your email writing skills read on....

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Learning a language – a gateway to intercultural competence

Learning a language – a gateway to intercultural competence

We are very pleased to welcome Libby Small, this month's guest blogger and current intern at LSIC. Libby lived in Spain for four years where she grappled with the highs and lows of learning a new language. If you've ever started learning a language and felt like giving up, here are the reasons why you should persevere.

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