September 28, 2020

Help – I have too much to do

This could be the story of a hundred different managers and leaders around the country.  However, lets just focus on the story of Catherine.  Catherine has been …

 
September 28, 2020

Help – I’m a first time leader and I really don’t know where to start!

This is the story of Chris.  A couple of years ago Chris had a wonderful idea for a business.  It originated from some work he was …

 
September 11, 2020

Help – We need to move faster and focus

Charlotte is an ambitious founder and first-time leader of a scale up in the engineering / technology sector and has spent a couple of years developing …

 
August 20, 2020

Faster growth by having a laser like focus

We talk a lot about setting goals and keeping teams focused to try and get faster growth. Setting one goal – a due north for growth …

 
August 5, 2020

What gets measured, gets done!

We work with lots of leaders in scale ups, many of whom have challenges with measuring the performance of their R&D teams. Traditional performance measurement activities …

 
June 10, 2020

Developing your next leaders – 7 key steps

As a leader one of your important responsibilities is to developing individuals in your organisation.  One key area of development, especially as the business grows and …

 
June 3, 2020

Getting stuff done!

Four steps for leaders looking for progress from their teams. The subjects of our leadership sessions can be simply grouped into two areas: creating a strategy …

 
May 26, 2020

6 key areas of business resilience

Resilience is a real buzzword at the moment for businesses and their leaders.  A resilient business is one which can overcome problems, address challenges head on and …

 
May 26, 2020

8 ways to keep going, especially during lockdown

We have been speaking to lots of leaders since the lockdown started and whilst most, if not all, stated that the initial effect of lockdown created …

 
May 5, 2020

To pivot or not to pivot?

  “To be, or not to be: that is the question: Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer.  The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.  …

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