Mark Olding

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Mark Olding is a coach, speaker and broadcaster who helps world-class organisations dramatically improve their performance by altering the behaviours of the people that work for them.

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Negotiating Part 3

This Podcast Answers These Questions What are the real problems when negotiating in a second language? What are the rules to overcome these? Are there specific language needs ? Description BPiE has not looked at negotiating before in the public arena but has always spoken to individual clients on a […]

Negotiating Part 2

This Podcast Answers These Questions What is the 3rd Rule for Negotiating? How to Prepare effectively What is Power in an Negotiation ? Description BPiE has not looked at negotiating before in the public arena but has always spoken to individual clients on a case by case basis. However due […]

Negotiating Part 1

This Podcast Answers These Questions What are the real problems when negotiating in a second language? What are the rules to overcome these? Are there specific language needs ? Description BPiE has not looked at negotiating before in the public arena but has always spoken to individual clients on a […]

Telephone Success

This Podcast Answers These Questions What is Success on the Telephone? What are the stages of a telephone call? How do we use the telephone flow chart? Description It is understandable that making a telephone call in a second language can cause some concern. Without the “help” of visual clues […]

Achieving True Focus

[custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] This Podcast Answers These Questions [/custom_headline] Why certainty is not the objective? What is true focus? How to achieve true focus? [custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] Description [/custom_headline] [columnize] When the language is not yours in the workplace there is added […]

Other People’s Mistakes are Cheaper

[custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] This Podcast Answers These Questions [/custom_headline] Why must we look to increase our value at work? Are there limits to being an autodidact? How do we intelligently implement this new knowledge? [custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] Description [/custom_headline] [columnize] We have […]

Dealing With a New Manager

[custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] This Podcast Answers These Questions [/custom_headline] How to avoid the common pitfalls when in this situation. Is there a fast route to knowing your boss? What can I do at the very first meeting to give the right impression? [custom_headline type=”left, center, right” […]

Counting On You To Do The Right Thing

[custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] This Podcast Answers These Questions [/custom_headline] Can trust be defined and is it useful to have? What competences really matter as a manager? How important is character in a manager? [custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] Description [/custom_headline] [columnize] In the previous […]

Collective Decisions

[custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] This Podcast Answers These Questions [/custom_headline] Why you need collective decisions? What is the difference between collective decisions and consensus? How to achieve collective decisions in one easy step? [custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] Description [/custom_headline] [columnize] Most managers want their […]