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How to attract and retain excellent...

February 27, 2019

Millennials challenge the way we work and manage.  

The perceived ‘millennial mindset’ is not always flattering though, with generalisations including being entitled, convenience-loving, matcha latte sipping, self-important job-hoppers who demand to work less, and from a place of their choosing - be that home or a yurt in Central America.

Achieving Better Leverage in Your Firm

December 11, 2018

We all know that the secret to success is to work smarter, not harder, right?  Yet we still get stuck in the day to day emails, client queries, file reviews, and activities that are highly important to others, but not necessarily to ourselves.  Working smarter becomes a pipe dream as we can’t see the wood for the trees.

Let's get to the Core of the problem

June 7, 2018

I’m a firm believer that everyone comes to work to do a great job - initially anyway.  So why do businesses have poor performers?  Likewise, why do team members find it difficult to deal with conflict in the workplace; that difficult client or demanding boss?

To get answers to these questions we need to look beneath the surface.  Go beyond actions and behaviour and look to the drivers of...

How to write your 'About Us'

June 7, 2018
Your website is an important marketing channel to create awareness and generate leads.  Use this platform to tell your business's story and engage your audience.  It's your opportunity to convey personality and culture, to demonstrate why people will enjoy working with you and to build trust.   Site visitors are generally less interested in how you do what you do - the technical aspects...

The most powerful behaviour model ever

June 7, 2018

 

When something goes wrong what is your natural reaction?

Our behaviour responses are so beautifully captured in the acronym ' OARBED ' - the  OAR (Ownership, Accountability and Responsibility) representing above the line behaviour while   BED (Blame, Excuse, Deny) is below the line.   This concept is  easily demonstrated through the child's mind.  For example, perhaps your children...