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Brendon’s Blog

Has Your Business Caught A Cold?

It's that time of the year... Cold Season! My family and I have just recovered from a particularly nasty cold (I'll save you the details), So suitably inspired, this week I want to you to consider if your business has also caught a cold!

July 10th, 2019|

The Art of Simple

Too often we use complexity as a crutch for poor decision making or to excuse poor performance. Are you guilty? It's time to stop.

July 3rd, 2019|

What Drives You?

I want you to stop for a moment and reflect on the last half hour of your life. Consider what you spent that time doing, and then speculate on WHY. What did you find? Were you maintaining, or were you growing?

June 30th, 2019|

The Only Good Thing About That Loose List of Values

Does your organisation have big sweeping organisational values like: 'We are bold, innovative and put our customers first', Well I'm sure that it's no surprise that putting up posters with your 'values' won't create the change you're after...

June 19th, 2019|

You Can’t Know What You Don’t Know

Even the local under 8s soccer club see the value in having a coach... So, why don’t your best employees? It's time to leverage the powerful results of coaching into your business.

June 14th, 2019|

Don’t Follow Your Passion

“Follow your passion” – good advice right? Maybe not... Passion is creating a new fear that’s creeping into our workplaces that is disconnecting us from our work while driving lower innovation, productivity & satisfaction. The fear of nonalignment.

June 5th, 2019|

It’s Time To Make The Shift

Process analysis tools are ideal at finding ways to minimise diversification in your end result - But what if diversification is not the enemy? What if by allowing variance in the process your customers (internal or external) are better served? It’s time for a shift in thinking…

May 15th, 2019|

How To Do What You Do Better

When was the last time you took a step back and thought about how you do what you do, and accordingly what processes you have? Perhaps 2 weeks? 3 months? 1 year? If it’s any longer than a month then you don’t have enough continuous improvement built in.

May 8th, 2019|
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