Developing High Performing Teams Follows A Set Path…

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Developing high performing teams with my clients follows a set path… I use a model developed in 1965 by #BruceTuckman who presented a paper outlining a model for a team to develop and grow. The model initially had 4 phases and a 5th one added some 10 years later: #Forming- where team members get to know each […]

Who wants a coach?

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Who wants a coach? Not many would answer a yes to this question. Yet there are many who are either lost, find themselves going around in circles, or tired of the same old routines. This coupled with one of the main issues reported by many business owners, a poor work/life balance. The lack of results […]

LinkedIn connections – #Quality or #Quantity?

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Do you accept all connection requests or do you only accept those who you have met or know? This was an interesting topic that made me think differently from what was widely accepted and the advice given over the years to only accept connection requests where the person is known. The topic at an event […]

How much is your business worth?

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How much is your business worth? Survival and growth are the key areas most business owners often think about, yet they hardly think about what their business would be worth, or how they can maximise the value of it, if they were to sell it one day. A business should be an #asset that is worth something […]

Is a customer always right?

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We’ve all heard the age old cliche “the customer is always right”. It is often the main focus that drives everything we do simply because the customer is the single most important person in your business and without them, there would be no business. They are entitled to behave in whatever way they like and, […]

Brexit?

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Whether you are for it or against it, Brexit uncertainty lingers in the air like a cold foggy morning clouding any view to a possible way forward. Yesterday’s Brexit deal vote was rejected by 230 votes – the largest defeat for any sitting government in history. Shortly after, a vote of no confidence was tabled […]

20 Habits / Challenges In Interpersonal Behaviours

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20 Habits / Challenges In Interpersonal Behaviours is a list of destructive bad habits a leader consciously or subconsciously can impose on their colleagues which can not only impact those close to the leader, but also across the whole organisation. The impact of such behaviours and especially for those in positions of power can not only […]

Discipline Towards Your Goals

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A common ability of successful people is that they have developed the skill to do things that they know they should be doing in moments when they don’t feel like doing them. Success is not choosing to take the fast route on an escalator – it’s about choosing to take the stairs; putting in the grind, the consistent […]

How do you spend your Sundays?

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A new week is always around the corner and it will come regardless of how you feel. Here are some tips that successful people do to engage in positive thinking and reflect on positive experiences before ending the #weekend: – Plan your week – set goals and deadlines for the week ahead. – If your week […]