A recent insight from Simon Sinek really resonated with me this week. Here’s why: it is coming up to the end of the financial year for many businesses. This is often an intense time for business owners. But does it need to be?
If you're anything like me, you might be a bit over hearing about Millennials. They're people born approximately between 1982 and 2004 (depending on what you read, this range can vary, starting as early as 1977). Also known as the Net Generation, researchers have them pegged as selfie-absorbed, device junkies with little affiliation to political or religious groups. But are they really? Read more
Entrepreneurs are interesting types. They crave independence are incredibly driven and seemingly consume risk like a 5 year old eating smarties! However, one significant quality stands out when we consider the shared traits of successful entrepreneurs. They all see the world differently and find innovative, creative ways to solve problems. Struggling to find your creativity? Read on...
Have you ever worked with someone who seems to question everything and everyone? Or what about that team member who seems to avoid tasks or procrastinates.
Understanding our personality tendencies provides important context in the work place (and at home). It helps us get on with our colleagues, form more effective teams and improve the organisational culture.
One of our team members has a son, Jack, who plays the drums in a band called Reflecks. The band recently played at Marsden Cove. It was a great evening of entertainment. Each member of the band had absolute clarity about their role, what they were doing and when. How can we learn from this in our business?