5 Tips on Great Leadership – Number 1 Great leaders truly care about how they achieve success. They realise that their role is to serve their staff and clients faithfully and not the other way around. Loyalty is gained not
How much of your budget is dedicated to training v implementation? Most organisations invest the majority of their budget on training. Which we define as the development of skills, or the increase of knowledge. Implementation usually gets little attention. And
How managing your territory improves time efficiency: 1. Gives focus to those customers who produce the highest revenue. 2. Removes time spent on those customers giving very low revenue and with no chance of increasing this. 3. Keeps you asking
Tip to improve your writing – plan! It’s so easy to start an email, or document and get stuck in quickly. But planning before we start, can save time later. Planning means we set out the document before we start
Four reasons why categorising our accounts is a great idea 1.It gives focus. 2.Spend time on accounts which give most reward. 3.Working to a strategy. 4.Professional approach.
3 ways to improve email impact: 1. Don’t send the email, stop and consider if email is the best way to communicate. 2. Reflect on how they are likely to receive your email. 3. Adapt the style of your email
Better writing tip – before you start, stop! Before you start writing the email, proposal, or document, stop. Take a step back and plan. Especially if you have direct personality characteristics, where the temptation is to just get it done.
Assertive is not aggressive! It is a common misunderstanding that assertive behaviour is aggressive. To avoid this we use a simple definition. Aggression; where one person only has an interest in their own point of view Assertion; where a person
Tip on how to improve your performance in 2015 What can you do to improve your performance this year? One tip is to review 2014. What worked? What didn’t? What did you spend time on which ended up being a
How to motivate your team? There is one simple step in order to motivate your team. It is not radical. It is not rocket science. But many people forget. Ask your team members what motivates them, and what de-motivates them.