The corporate trainers at Eagle Training discuss systems thinking and the cause and effect theory to explain why a solution to a problem sometimes leads to a new problem.
The corporate trainers at Eagle Training discuss how identity can have a powerful influence on your life and can have a huge impact on your behaviours, values and beliefs.
In this article, Eagle Training explains the importance of setting clear expectations and ways to ensure expectations are clear, whether you’re a leader, manager or even a parent.
In this article, Eagle Training talk about the power of belief, referring to the 4-minute mile as an example of how self-belief can be both empowering and limiting.
Eagle Training use ‘Four Stages of Competence’ aka the “Conscious Competence” learning model to understand the learning process in order to coach and manage more effectively.
In this article, we explain a model that Eagle Training use in many of our leadership and management programmes to explain why people do the things they do, called ‘The Iceberg Model of Consciousness’.
In this article “Situational Paradigm Shift – Judgment to Curiosity”, we explore situational paradigm shifts and try to courage practising curiosity over judgement.
This article explores leadership in times of crisis, learning leadership lessons from Apollo 13 crisis management and how we adapt to adversity during the coronavirus lockdown.
How to Be More Interesting. To be interesting, be interested. In this weeks blog post we explore the factors that make you more interesting.
Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon in a group of people where the conformity in the group results in a dysfunctional decision-making outcome.