Practice Notes

28 April 2020
Kia ora

What has the change from level 4 to level 3 meant for you?

We're continuing to work from our homes for now, but pleased to be able to go further afield for exercise and have a few more leisure options. And of course we welcome the possibilities of takeaway food!

Consultancy, training, and coaching have all remained on the work menu—as online options. Our bi-monthly Tea & Toast talks are now weekly online. Use the links in this newsletter to find to recordings for the past Tea & Toast Online and registrations for the next.  

Ngā mihi,
The Training Practice team - Hilary, Kristen, Dinah, and Jackson

Tea & Toast Online: Name, claim, and aim your strengths  

Achieve more, stay engaged, and flourish by focusing on your strengths and using them every day. 

We'll be live on Zoom with Kristen Gyorgak and DInah Vincent at 8am this Friday, 1 May.

RSVP now

Watch tea & Toast Online 

Build an agile mindset

More than ever we need agility. And it starts with your mindset and perspective - how you see the world. Hilary sets out our fresh approach to agile thinking.


Lead remote teams

Kristen shares great ideas for leaders to keep remote teams strong and connected.

Build your resilience

Hilary looks at different approaches to help you stay resilient in this new world of ours.
Get in touch to find out about our 75 minute resilience workshops—a great way to bring the team together. 

Focus on coaching

Coaching for difficult conversations 
Working from home might have felt like the perfect 'get out of jail' card for those conversations you tried hard to avoid in the office. A month on, it's clear that avoiding conversations really doesn't make the issues go away.
Now is the perfect time to get coaching on difficult conversations. Hilary's talk on Conversations you need to have previews some concepts that might come up in coaching.

Get in touch with Hilary, Kristen, or Dinah to get started.

New on our blog

Over 100 creative ideas and still counting

Hilary's latest blog questions why we wait for a crisis to shout out for the virtues of creative thinking.

The strength to which this irritating weakness is related 

Dinah's latest blog reflects on how our strengths show up to those around us - especially when we are swimming in unfamiliar waters.
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