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7 Transferable Deep Dive Findings

7 years ago this June I registered the company name The Value Innovator, a “me-only-business” set up to support SME’s with easy access to my leading company experience and best practice expertise on strategic and leadership challenge. Never did I

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Posted in Appraisals, Company Culture, leadership, Strategic Planning, Values

Mind your language when coming out!

As we are officially coming out of lockdown (too slowly for some / too quickly for others) the tendency amongst some business leaders will be, to get back to work and get back fast; with the immediate responsibility falling on

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Posted in Brand Values, communication, Marketing, Purpose, Values

2019 GREATEST HITS

So,Greatness is all relative and Hits ain’t quite what they used to be! Nevertheless, here are the most viewed Value Innovator blogs of 2019.   #3 Strategy doesn’t have to be complicated – Lessons from a car maker. The May 2019

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Posted in business strategy, Company Culture, Strategic Planning, Values

3 Gifts of Wisdom from 3 Wise Men

We three kings of Orient are Bearing gifts we traverse afar Field and fountain, moor and mountain Following yonder star And continuing the seasonal theme… I bring you three gifts from three wise men that will help you, and perhaps

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Posted in Engagement, leadership, People performance, Principles, Values

Advice & Attitude – a STERLING case for Business Managers & Employees

In July 2015 Raheem Sterling was signed by Manchester City for £49 million. In June 2019 he was valued by the CIES Football Observatory at £185million. If you invested a significant sum in your people, product or process you’d expect

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Posted in Company Culture, leadership, Skill Sets, Values

WeWork but not as we used too!

The world of work has changed, and it hasn’t all been good – or is it just another generational thing. I can remember my Father bemoaning the end of national service and today I often hear the gripe about millennials

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Posted in Company Culture, leadership, people, Values

Is there a process for assessing Company Culture?

The question was asked by an MD over dinner and discussed (at length) by the other MDs at the table – we referenced the good, the bad and the ugly experiences we’d had. It covered vision, mission, values and behaviours

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Posted in Company Culture, Engagement, leadership, Values

What gets you out of bed in the morning?

For some it’s the alarm, a cup of tea, a seat on the train, or the mortgage and for some it’s simply the thought of going to work that day. Have I missed anyone? One morning I got out of

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Posted in Company Culture, Customer Experience, Engagement, leadership, Principles, Purpose, Values

2018 Greatest Hits

So Greatness is all relative and Hits ain’t quite what they used to be! Nevertheless, here are the most viewed Value Innovator blogs of 2018. #3 Has the internet killed the Sales Professional? The demographic of the audience (and buyers)

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Posted in Business Growth, Company Culture, internet, Marketing, Sales Training, Values

Gifts from three wise people

We three kings of Orient are Bearing gifts we traverse afar Field and fountain, moor and mountain Following yonder star And continuing the seasonal theme I bring you gifts from three wise men (well two men and one woman) that

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Posted in Company Culture, Values