Being a Manager is a tough gig. You’ve been promoted because you’re good at what you do, you’ve succeeded in your role and the next step is to manage a team of others and in turn support them to succeed. But being good at what you do doesn’t automatically qualify you to be able to handle the complex dynamics of a team and the differing needs of your individual reports. Here’s our top 3 quick tips for being the manager people never want to leave.Read More
What’s the role?
We’re looking for a QA Automation Engineer who's passionate about technology and wants to take the next step in their career. At Open Blend, we're focussed on delivering the best possible online experience and expanding our cloud platform to be the best-in-class coaching tool available.Read More
What’s the opportunity for you?
As a Business Development Manager, you will work closely with the CEO and Head of Sales to develop and deliver against a robust client development strategy focused on achieving aggressive sales targets.
What’s the role?
Creating a coaching culture where managers are able to have more meaningful conversations is a great way to accelerate performance and engagement. We know this. But sometimes...
It can be really hard to stick to a coaching approach when your talent is asking you to just tell them the answer to their problem, or to give them the solution to a particular challenge.Read More
One-to-ones are crucial when it comes to effectively managing your people and understanding their goals, aspirations and drivers. It’s also about building a relationship on a human level that brings out the best in everyone, supporting each member of your team to reach their potential.
Here are our 5 top tips to get you off to a flying start…Read More
A+E Networks UK is named the best place to work in TV in the UK by industry magazine Broadcast and takes on Open Blend to further improve the conversations between managers and their direct reports.Read More
Sir David Brailsford (former Performance Director of British Cycling) ‘professionalised’ the “aggregation of marginal gains.” He explained it as “the 1 per cent margin for improvement in everything you do.”...
His belief was that if you improved every area related to performance by just 1 per cent, then those small gains…Read More
There’s a new dance craze sweeping the nation.
Only kidding. But seriously, are we still throwing money at problems like retention, engagement and performance? 2016 was a year of enlightenment. We learnt a lot. We found out that Millennials are really…