Richard Wentworth-Ping

Since setting up Wentworth Training in 1989, Richard has worked with companies large and small in almost every industry sector and in most regions of the world. He loves to help create high performance service cultures, outstanding management teams and to improve internal communication.

5 common workplace enjoyment errors leaders make

Would your company perform better if everyone in it truly enjoyed what they were doing? One expert looks at five key workplace enjoyment areas where small business leaders are getting it wrong.

How an enjoyable workplace boosts employee performance

It’s common sense to create a workplace where people enjoy work, yet many organisations don’t try to create that type of workplace. Too many people simply don’t enjoy the work they do and this holds back performance in many ways.

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