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I’m a firm believer that everyone comes to work to do a great job - initially anyway.  So why do businesses have poor performers?  Likewise, why do team members find it difficult to deal with conflict in the workplace; that difficult client or demanding boss? To ...
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The biggest challenge in business stems from 'TLT' - too little time.

One of the best solutions to TLT is to delegate more, either to existing team members or to people external to the business (outsourcing). It's as simple as looking at the number of hats you are wearing to see if you can delegate any of them....
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I firmly believe that when anyone starts a new role they come to work with the intention of doing a great job. They're keen to make an impression, to make a difference, and to enjoy themselves. After all life is too short, right? If the average person spends 40,000 hours of ...
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A resolution is defined as: 'A firm decision to do or not do something.' When we set attainable resolutions we gain clarity of our desired direction both personally and professionally. They say it takes 21 times to change or create a habit and by actively speaking change w...
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How to write your 'About Us'

September 11, 2016
Your website is an important marketing channel to create awareness and generate leads. Use this platform to tell your business's story and engage your audience. It's your opportunity to convey personality and culture, to demonstrate why people will enjoy working with you and...
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Success in sport is all about playing your 'A' game. Being the best you can be through preparation and training, during the game and even after with modesty and humility in success and graciousness in defeat. If everyone on the team plays their 'A' game the results are impre...
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When something goes wrong what is your natural reaction?

Our behaviour responses are so beautifully captured in the acronym 'OARBED' - the OAR (Ownership, Accountability and Responsibility) representing above the line behaviour while BED (Blame, Excuse, Deny) is below the line. This concept is easily demonstrated through the chi...
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Are you adding value to your clients or are you spending too much time playing checkers? Let me explain how the game is played in so many Accounting firms. The game starts with the client diligently (sometimes!) completing their Xero coding (or cashbook) and submitting i...
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