14th May 2018

An introverts journey to becoming an International Speaker

If you want to be successful in business “Get on Stage” This journey actually starts back in 1978, where, as an excitable and impressionable teenager I […]
12th September 2016

The Bottom line

‘The Bottom Line’ is a phrase often heard in business.  For many people in business for themselves, or even working for a bigger corporate, everything is […]
3rd August 2015

Unlock Success Infographic

16th January 2014

What makes a great decision maker?

We all have to make decisions.. Often all day long. Sometimes we make good ones, sometimes not so good!. Making decisions can be extremely difficult, tiring and stressful.
22nd October 2010

Motivation – Top tips on getting the best from your team

I often get asked about motivating teams and how to get the best from people. Over th years I have experimented with many different tools, strategies and methods to get my teams working to the very best abilities. Motivation is the key here. Once you have satisfied a team member’s basic needs, (a salary that is enough to pay for basic food, shelter, and health care) then you need to go up Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and satisfy their need for security, belonging, self-esteem and self-fulfilment.
18th February 2010

Giving it away! – Delegation

People use many excuses for not delegating. Their reasons are usually unfounded. You'll get more done through delegation if you assume the opposite of the following statements is true:
18th November 2009

Four Tips for Great Leadership

Great leaders communicate. Realizing that good communication is a 2-way street, we must be responsible for our part. That being said, true communication is the response that you get. Whatever form you choose (verbal, mail, e-mail, etc), if you don’t get the outcome you seek (from a “willing” recipient), the responsibility lies with the sender. Great leaders confirm, gain commitment, and solicit feedback to improve the process.
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