With her remarkable background in education and development, Gina has worked with businesses of all sizes throughout the country, and particularly in Highgate. Her work has involved helping organisations become teams of highly developed, highly motivated, focused people in order to make the most of the human resources that they have available.
As well as her work with employers in graduate and personnel development, Gina has worked with hundreds of individuals facing career, professional and personal issues. A major part of this work has been in helping people to recognise that they have become workaholic and helping them to put this into perspective and re-focus their lives to achieve the balance that is perfect for them. Gina also works face to face and remotely with graduates seeking to take their early steps on the career ladder, from help in deciding their direction, through CV writing and interview techniques.
Although still based within easy reach of Highgate, Gina's work has taken her all over the world and she has a number of books to her credit that are designed to help people help themselves. To find out how Gina can help you, call 01206 230497 or click in the header to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Photo from Featured Project near Highgate
Can a Happy Workforce Really Make a Difference to Your Company’s Success?
If you’ve had the chance to catch the new BBC, fly-on-the-wall documentary, The Call Centre, you can be forgiven if you think that CEO Nev Wilshire may have some unorthodox methods when it comes to motivating his staff but when ‘selling’ is a vital part of your business’ success, Nev maintains ‘happy people sell’.
Nev may arm-wrestle his staff, get them to sing and dance during their working day and even match-make, as he tries to fix single members of staff up together, but on the serious side of business, Nev proclaims that if you surround yourself with the right people - the rest is easy.
As an advocate for positive leadership, I couldn’t agree more. The benefits of a happier workforce stretch much further than good team morale. And, a more positive and happier workforce can produce higher standards of work and increase productivity. Therefore, it’s my view that improving the positivity and happiness of your staff has to be an efficient and effective business strategy.
Choosing to be positive and happy, looking at ways to change perception, interpreting motives and developing more positive beliefs, are just some of the many subjects covered in my book, Chariots on Fire, in which my own experiences and those of other business leaders, who have implemented my techniques, talk about creating ‘the positive advantage’.
Equally, my other book, Manage Your Staff More Effectively is the perfect read for managers and supervisors who find certain aspects of their job quite daunting, and who struggle to deal as effectively as possible with staff and get the best out of their team.
Both these titles are now available to download via The Endless Bookcase www.theendlessbookcase.com or via Amazon Kindle.