Casualties of Corporate Haze

The 3 Casualties of

Their is a scurge enveloping businesses and organisations globally. I have named it "Corporate Haze" it's fog-like creating a cloud

The 7 Steps to

Investing in the relationship. Working with your boss is a component that is inescapable and is a critical factor in


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Coming Soon – The Dumb Leaders Handbook

Everyone has had dumb leaders and everyone has been a dumb leader. We have all had those forehead slapping moments when we have made a dumb mistake, went against our better judgement or been impacted by someone else’s dumb error. The Dumb Leaders Handbook was born from a “brainstorming” session between a group of national

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5 Ways to Increase Your Chance of Business Survival

Business survival should be one of our first goals when starting a business, even though we may have our rose-coloured glasses on and dreaming of success. As mentioned in previous posts, business success is not the norm, it is the exception. We start our business dreaming of how our business, our solution to a problem

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Minimising Risk Ultimately Increases Risk

  I have recently returned from a three week visit to the United States. As an avid retail proponent, advocate and observer, I was keen to witness the current state of the retail industry as best I could. The eulogies have seemingly been written on the death of some of the big brands, as they

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Customer Connection Begins With Conversation

  Customer Connection Working with retailers, small and large, is often challenging. Working with any business is often a challenge. Especially when they have issues with customer attraction and retention. Customer connection is an ongoing challenge. There are a lot of experts out there teaching businesses methods of persuasion on how to influence the customer

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Five Activities to Build Great Teams Internally

“Great Leaders Build the Team They Want From the Team They Have” – Tony Curl Build Great Teams Experience and statistics continues to highlight that the development of leaders in business is mostly lacking in Australia. Generally, the development of first time and front-line leaders is under invested. For every ten dollars spent of senior leaders

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