Key Steps Blogs

    April 24, 2017

    Discern and Discriminate

    Discern and Discriminate We have a ‘Truth Detector’ within us. When we don’t trust it we live in illusion about ourselves and others, thereby hurting ourselves and others. No one person’s truth is greater than another’s, and no one person […]
    March 20, 2017

    Do you want to improve your relationships?

    Do you want to improve your relationships? That’s a silly question, isn’t it? As the answer is likely a resounding, “Yes!” We all want to improve our relationships, we just often don’t know how. Sometimes the smallest steps can make […]
    October 26, 2016

    Do you care in silence?

    Care in silence According to Rothwell and Sredl (1992, p.391), there is an enormous difference between just hearing and active listening. We can “hear” simply on the basis of auditory stimuli. For example, we hear a train, even if we […]
    October 22, 2016

    Are your priorities up the creek?

    Are your priorities up the creek? Making decisions on what projects to tackle, and when to tackle them, will always feature as a daily task for most of us. We all have a variety of jobs to perform with goals […]
    October 22, 2016

    Can you put the spring back into non-performer’s steps? (Part 4)

    Positive, Recognise, Involve, D = ? So far, we have taken Key Steps to motivate others by creating a positive environment, recognising their efforts (rewarding where necessary) and inspiring through involving them in setting goals. This week we are going […]

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