Our research reports comprise the views and experiences of 3,000 business people from across the UK, and provide insights into how you can begin to overcome workplace performance anxiety, a lack of improvisation skills, as well as the ways you can communicate with greater clarity and impact as a leader.
Thinking on your feet
Our latest research report positions improvisation as an art form that can be learned by anyone, allowing business professionals to think on their feet and respond 'in the moment' with greater confidence.
It looks into the key factors holding workers back from improvising and thinking more creatively, with insights from our tutors on how you and your workplace can become more open to new ideas.
Beating workplace performance anxiety
A research report highlighting how communication skills play a crucial part in beating workplace performance anxiety, the business world’s equivalent to stage fright, revealing that 29% of UK employees believe that professional training would increase their self-confidence.
It also lists the situations that induce worry the most, from job interviews to having to make small talk with colleagues, and provides advice on how to overcome your nerves.
All the workplace is a stage
Our research report highlights how the art of communication plays a key part in professional success.
It focuses on how many business professionals lack confidence in their ability to communicate as well as they would like to, and includes helpful insights from our tutors on how to make your entrance through to adapting your leadership style.