When leading a business you have to adapt and roll with whatever comes your way. Sometimes you can anticipate and have a plan. Other times you may not.… Read more “Learn how to be open to making changes and restructuring”
Recently while driving I heard an advert and I cringed because there are many other words I would rather use than “Covid”. I’ve said it a few… Read more “That dirty c-word”
If you are able to collate data from a contact tracing app, how can you use it to improve performance in YOUR business?
Raising your productivity performance is the biggest economic challenge facing New Zealand businesses right now. Do you have a plan?
Tips for finding your way through the lockdown and new future planning.
Here are our top HR tips for surviving the silly season when dealing with a difficult employment situation or process that doesn’t seem to have an end.
With 2020 on the horizon and to celebrate the new Grey’s season now playing OnDemand, here are 5 leadership lessons I have taken away from my latest TV binge session that you may like to reflect on.
Winter is a time to make the most of what you have acquired and work hard for during the spring and summer months. It is not an easy season, and nor is it meant to be. Often, we overcome our biggest challenges during the challenging cold winter. Then only to experience our greatest growth in Spring and early Summer.
When contemplating change, rather than just doing it, think it through. Plan it, test it, implement and then consolidate and review before doing more.
‘Pause, reset and act’ is not just for the business leaders out there. It is also for the employees out there who are having to put the detail into the leader’s vision and bring it to reality.