Recently I clicked on a link in an email and a well shot video of a well-known success guru began to play. He started by telling me that he coaches billionaires with the big houses, cars and expensive watches, BUT these people are empty and insecure on the inside.
“…it’s more important to praise the people for the nine times they fail, than for the one time they succeed.” – Severin Schwan, Roche CEO
Inspiration can come from many or just a few and sometimes through just one person, thing or incident.
When someone is talking to you, do you spend more time thinking about how you're going to respond, or what they really feel, mean and want?
If you’re like most people, you spend more than twice as much energy planning your response.
Our job as business consultant is to help individuals and leaders to recognise what is success and making it happen frequently for themselves and their team members.
Find out how to do that, using the Small Steps To Big Changes approach.
Several studies have showed us, alarmingly, that communication and interpersonal skills are on the decline.
And at the same time, in our service-based economy, these are fundamental to running successful businesses.
The reason for the decline is not surprising.
There are two observations - shared with me in all social leadership courses - that need to be addressed and then we need to move on.
LinkedIn is a recruitment platform, you only go there when you’re looking for a job.
You should only connect with people you