The power of positive feedback

Improve the morale and engagement of your team by providing the correct balance of positive feedback and constructive criticism.

Shut up and listen: Your foundation to strong relationships

The easiest way to improve the quality of your relationships...

Let it go: Reframing to build resilience

Building and maintaining strong relationships is fundamental...

How Team Sterka makes learning work

Different people like to learn in different ways.  At Team ...

Persuasion techniques for product teams

We’ve all been there. Perhaps you need to negotiate more t...

Why modern agencies need distributed client skills

Collaboration is the essential ingredient to success for mod...

How to post your Team Sterka certificate on LinkedIn

Congratulations on completing your Team Sterka programme. Wh...


When product teams need coercive leadership

“DO WHAT I TELL YOU AND DO IT NOW!” Ever worked with a l...

The key to high performing teams: Balance

In sports, you see it all the time. A collection of ‘elite...

Don’t be a pushover: How to assert your opinion

Are you over-accommodating? We’ve all been there – y...

Running interactive remote training: 10 best practices

Our training is high energy, super-interactive and a great learning experience for everyone - find out how we do it...

Get Coaching: Our unique leadership coaching model

Get Coaching unlocks people’s potential and maximises their professional (and personal) performance...

Introducing Team Sterka

Team Sterka has just launched - here's all the background as to what we're up to...

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