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Online Management Training Resources

Management Training News: w/c 18th March 2018

This week, we have a new newsletter for you that illustrates the difference between the journey and the goal. We call it, "The Magical Mystery Tour" and you'll find it below.

Other items in this week's "Management Training Resources" include learning to be patient; the latest set of free management training materials from MTL Motivators; a guest article from Gregory P Smith on why the RMS Titanic really sank in 1912 with the loss of 1500 lives; and our spotlight on the MTL SkillBooster, "People Builders".


Learn to be Patient and Achieve More

patience_142 For many people who have set themselves a goal that they passionately desire, accepting that everything takes its own proper time is a hard lesson to learn. They want to speed things up, hurry them along, get there quickly and move on. Patience teaches us that, to do things effortlessly, we must work with the pace rather than force it. A crew of oarsmen cannot win a boat race simply by rowing faster; they need to row in time with each other and this means rowing slower. That's why one of the ingredients to being a winner is to be patient... more


New Newsletter: "The Magical Mystery Tour"

magicalmysterytour_175 One of the great pleasures of personal development training is helping people change the way they live. This often means changing their view of how things are or should be. It can mean questioning things they've never before questioned, or, as a result of not achieving the things they want, taking a different approach to how they think and what they do. In this new newsletter, we show you how a simple experience can turn the whole idea of goal-setting and goal-achievement upside-down and make you think again. We call it, "The Magical Mystery Tour" and we think you're going to like it... more


Free Management Training Materials: "Communications" Motivators

04comms_142 Here is the 15th in our series of free MTL Motivators and it's on "Communications". This collection of 100 quotes is a great addition to your library of online management training materials and can be used on any training course you run. As usual with each of these files, we'll also give you a unique and original training room exercise that will make use of these quotes. The exercise with the Communications Motivators is called, "Alphabetter Quotes". It makes for a really fun, quick, and memorable energiser. Click here to download your own free copy now... more


Guest Article - "The Sinking of the Titanic" by Gregory P Smith

titanic_175 “We have struck iceberg … sinking fast … come to our assistance.” On a cold evening in 1912 that message came blistering across the airwaves. Before they tapped the last bit of Morse code, those words became the epitaph over the lives of the 1,200 people lost on the Titanic. The ship was doomed as it slowly sank into its watery grave. Why did the largest, most advanced ship of its time sink?... more


Spotlight on the MTL SkillBooster, "People Builders"

peoplebuilders_142 MTL SkillBoosters are one of the most popular of our management training products. In case they're new to you, what we've done is taken 250 key management and development skills and distilled them down into attractively-designed one-page summaries. This means you can use them in all sorts of handy ways such as handouts on courses, memory-jogging flashcards, and posters for the office or training room. You can even tuck them away in a desk drawer and pull them out for a quick boost of skills whenever you have a spare minute. This week, the spotlight falls on the "People Builders" SkillBooster... more


Free Product of the Week

Discover 2000 hints, tips, and tricks for modern managers in this fantastic pdf book from MTL E-Books.


Article of the Week

With the World Indoor Athletics competition finishing today, here's an article on achieving your goals that we wrote back in 2012 at the time of the London Olympics. It has a perennial appeal. It's called "Seven Programming Techniques for Success".


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