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BLOG 2017-03-27T06:24:42+00:00

I quit!

What can you do to keep great people for longer?  Any employer will tell you that one of the great challenges for their organisation is finding great people. I don’t agree. You already have great people – all you have to do is keep them! Investing in your existing team will pay for itself too – after all, you’ve already invested in recruiting them and training them so, in keeping them, that investment [...]

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Vision changes everything

How setting a vision of a great place to work influences the decisions you make. I’m on a mission to create organisations where people love what they do, love where they work and love who they work with. Just image if your organisation was like that. This isn’t an idle fancy and, even if your current culture feels a long way off that vision, it is all the more [...]

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What a great place to work!

Let me create a vision for you. You walk into the office and the team are inspired, fired up and raring to go. Together you are driving your business forward and there is motivation and excitement across the whole organisation. People love to work here and they stay far longer than the average for your sector. When someone does move on, there are applicants lining up and you get [...]

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Are your people in a cult?

More and more, these days, I am being asked to present on building powerful and positive cultures in organisations in my role as a keynote speaker and coach. The key to this is always inspiring people and helping them become aware of the existing culture and the impact that has on everyone in the business. I invite people to consider the difference between having a great strategy and an inspiring [...]

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Stressed out!!!

Stress as a word is getting thoroughly devalued through over-use. “I’m so stressed!!” We hear it all the time. People complain about it frequently and blame it for a range of problems, from mistakes at work to the breakdown of relationships, from fatigue to major health issues. Everyone is 'under stress' and, as a result, there is little sympathy when someone else claims to be feeling the pressure. Stress, however, [...]

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