Tag Archives: Results

Want To Change Someone’s Behaviour?

  I want to share one of the most forehead-slapping learning points that I’ve ever had when dealing with difficult behaviours. Changing someone’s behaviour has got to be the most challenging topic for any manager in today’s environment. This probably … Continue reading

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What’s Your Best Question?

  As leaders we are always on the lookout for ways to empower and grow our team. One of the classic ways to do this is to ask questions rather than assert our own viewpoint. Asking questions can: Save time … Continue reading

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Is Your Strategy a Dog’s Dinner?

What is Good Strategy? I have run across a great book which I recommend anyone in a leadership position take the time to read: Good Strategy/Bad Strategy: The difference and why it matters Richard Rumelt In his book, Richard makes … Continue reading

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Your Computer Isn’t The Answer

(Warning: self-serving blog) Organisations and companies, both large and small, struggle with strategy. They know what strategy is, what it will do for them and the organisation, but they don’t reap the rewards that a good strategy will bring. There … Continue reading

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