Practising Wholeheartedness – The Legacy of Jo Cox

As the old phrase goes – “A week is a long time in politics” and it comes as somewhat of a shock to realise it is only two weeks since the sad news of the murder of Jo Cox. For many of us, the past week has pushed this terrible event to the background of our minds as we all focus on the future impact of the “Out” vote.

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Time to shine

Well hello there lovely people; it’s Lola the Change-Gear Dog-blogger and I’m back!  You may have noticed I’ve not been around for a while.  To be honest I was starting to wonder whether I was going to be replaced by a new model.   Cliché I know, but I was beginning to lose my confidence at work, so I decided to get my act together and start reminding the team just how good I am.   And it worked.  Here I am back with my new blog and it’s all about re-building your confidence.  If you’re feeling any self-doubt right now I’m hoping my 8 top tips will get you back on form:
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The Voice from The Valleys – In conversation with Morgan James

BBC’s “The Voice” has come to an end for another year but did you know that Change Gear has it’s very own “Voice” in the shape of the extremely talented Morgan James who has just released his brilliant first album – “Here and Now.”

Morgan is one of our Performance Coaches who works with individuals and groups using a set of creative techniques to help individuals transform themselves and deliver top performance with confidence, authenticity and conviction.

So how does Morgan manage to work in the corporate world and record this fantastic album?  Read More

Walk this Way

At Change-Gear we continually seek out learning strategies that will take people away from the usual and expected and into an environment that encourages creativity and growth. In this blog Tom Barwood explores the concept of “A Walkshop” and how it can be used to deliver results for both the individual and the organisation.

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