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Creativity and Innovation are must haves for businesses

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 15 Apr
Do you need a Chief Innovation Officer (CIO)? Traditional business thinking which typically focuses on 3 to 5 year strategies created with sophisticated analytical processes and logical reasoning, may now be a little too “clunky” and take too long to arrive at critical decisions. Today’s fast-emerging, often unpredictable environment calls for agile decision making to

Business as Usual? No Way! Embrace your Entrepreneurial Spirit

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 08 Apr
Now more than ever, we need to be innovative, energetic and ready and willing to adopt change – to have the entrepreneurial spirit. This quote by Charles Darwin is so very relevant: “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change.” The saying, “business as

Judy’s Musings – A Big Dose of Passion

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 04 Apr
Traditionally, what business owners are looking for from their consultants, coaches, mentors – is how to increase sales, increase profit, improve cashflow, build and protect business value, and to exit out of the business.  All very important. (Question:  Could you be building an even bigger business which is even more misaligned with your life plan?)

Judy’s Musings – Never Settle

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 02 Apr
So you have a life plan – right… you know what a life well lived would look like to you, you know what contribution you want to make – you know what your core genius is – you know what it feels like to be joyful, to have your heart sing – and you know

Radically Increase the Impact of Training

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 28 Mar
BY BUILDING ON THE NATURAL TALENTS OF YOUR TEAM Millions have been spent by companies on training and developing their employees to increase skill levels, improve effectiveness and encourage innovation.  In order to achieve the very best return on the money and time invested in training, leaders must firstly, be clear on what the natural

Judy’s Musings – What is profit?

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 25 Mar
What is profit?  So often when encouraged to aim for even higher profits, business owners (in a state of discomfort) tell me that profit is not the be all and end all – to focus on profit is quite vulgar, commercial and we should be promoting contribution and living into our why, being on purpose

The Pricing Dilemma – What’s your Approach?

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 18 Mar
Time?  Commission?  Schedule of Costs?  Or Value Pricing? Which one?  Professional service businesses who have embraced value pricing have seen impressive increases in productivity and profit.  So why is the take up so slow? Here is some food for thought… For those who have invested many years perfecting their craft and invested significantly in improving

The Art of Delegation – 7 Key Steps

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 11 Mar
Delegation is a process that adds value at all levels – it is all about doing more by doing less!  Don’t wait and abrogate when tasks become super urgent and deadlines critical – it is incredibly counter productive. In our “Delegate For Success” blog post we considered why we should delegate and looked at some

Delegate for Success!

  • Posted by Judy Reynolds 04 Mar
Want more success for your team, your business, for you?  Then learn to delegate.  Effectively! The Pareto Principle suggests that 20% of your activities generate 80% of your results… so it makes sense that you should spend 80% of your time on those particular activities. How much time are you spending majoring in the minors?