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7 top time saving email tips
By September 11, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

7 top time saving email tips

Time management – time saving email tips Recently  I have been prioritising my top five tasks each day and it works! Rather than looking at a whole weeks ‘to do’ list, I find I can focus on the 5 most important tasks and be more productive. Lately I have been trying to limit the e-mails […]

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Liberating Leadership – leading and developing high performance

Liberating Leadership – leading and developing high performance

The art of leading and developing high performance with Liberating Leadership I am always interested in developing my skills and adding new tools to my box. About 5 years ago I got accredited to deliver a programme called Liberating Leadership. This a management development programme which has brought together many personal effectiveness concepts I teach […]

Posted in: Leadership, Management
Successful presentations

Successful presentations

Giving successful presentations Successful presentations don’t just happen. They need lots of preparation, specific skills and the right state of mind. It is said that people fear presentations more than they do death! Have you given presentations before? What was it like? Do you find giving presentations difficult? The objective of this article is to […]

The value of customer service

The value of customer service

Customer service is an essential ingredient for a successful business Customer service is something which impacts strongly on all of us, whether as business people or customers. It is the level of customer service which dictates whether we come back to buy more or vow never to return. Let me give an example. Recently my […]

Posted in: Customer Service
Informal networking

Informal networking

Do you get more work from traditional or informal networking? I have recently realised something odd about networking.  I have never met a single person who admits to enjoying it or being good at it! It seems as though it is regarded as something of a black art, which we are all eager to distance […]

Posted in: Networking
How to be happy

How to be happy

Happiness – how to be happy Our new theme looks at ways to be happy. I was going to call it ‘Stress Management’ or something similar, but something about the term assumes that stress is obligatory. The mere mention of it makes me feel more tense! So I’d prefer to come at the subject from […]

Posted in: Happiness
Goal setting strategies, tips & techniques that get results

Goal setting strategies, tips & techniques that get results

Effective Goal Setting Strategies To Make A Difference In Your Business, Career & Personal Life When discussing goal setting strategies a question comes to mind. Is goal setting an art or a science? We would argue it is both. To set meaningful and inspirational goals for yourself and your employees is a creative process. You […]

Posted in: Goals
Selling effectively with the Insights sales process

Selling effectively with the Insights sales process

Insights into the sales process Do your sales people follow a defined sales process. Or do they just leave it to chance? Have you ever dealt with a client or company you couldn’t seem to connect with? One where you tried everything you could think of, but still made little progress and fewer sales? It’s […]

Posted in: Insights Discovery
Goal setting techniques that really work

Goal setting techniques that really work

One of the most powerful goal setting techniques comes from NLP Of all the goal setting techniques we have used, Well Formed Outcomes has been the one we have returned to again and again with our clients. It is an extremely helpful way of getting yourself clear on what you really want. Most people think […]

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Goal setting

Goal setting

Can Goal Setting Increase Your Wealth? There is a goal setting story you can find in the material of many leading motivational speakers. The story goes that in 1953 the graduating class of Yale University were asked if they had clear, written goals. 3% did have written goals, 13% had goals which were not written […]

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