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Proven TIPS that release you from holiday emails

and allow you to get on with the business of enjoying your holiday! The flights had been booked for 11 months and the details had been months in the planning – after all it’s not every year I get 3

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Posted in communication, company holidays, efficiency, Time Management

Even those at the top need nourishment

What’s your diet like? Are you getting the necessary food for growth, health, and success? Are you building your immune system to cope with the pressure, uncertainty and change?

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Posted in leadership, People performance, Promotion

Recharge your strategy from your sun lounger (or swivel chair)

The benefits of taking time away from the business with family or friends is well documented; no commute, no meetings, no emails, and no deadlines. You have time and lots of it to do the things you want to do,

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Posted in business strategy, company holidays

Promotion should be a piece of (cake)PIE

Whether you’re making the appointment, seeking the appointment or in the early stages of succession planning for the appointment, there are 3 basic ingredients that you need in your recipe for success: Performance; Image and Exposure (PIE). The term PIE

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Posted in Career Management, People performance, Promotion

Are you spending enough time ON your business to deliver real Growth?

As the senior manager in your business you are responsible for setting the future direction of the business and your people are depending on you to make the right decisions. These decisions cannot be taken effectively, without spending sufficient time

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Posted in Annual Plan, Decision Making, Prioritisation, Reviewing your Business Plan, Time Management

10 tips on how to stop internal email undermining team spirit and limiting business growth

email is a powerful business tool which can be just as damaging as it can be beneficial to a company organisation. In many companies there’s too much time spent IN the on screen detail and too little time spent ON

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Posted in Company Culture