Entries by Sally

HOW SAFE IS YOUR BUSINESS FROM COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN?

Amidst the uncertainty of current working environments, there’s one thing that remains constant; The need for effective communication to get results!   One common challenge I regularly hear is “how do I motivate and inspire my staff?” Communication is the most important determining factor needed to achieve the connection for this to happen…. and everybody […]

7 WAYS TO USE 2020 TO CREATE THE BEST YOU YET!

Well, what a year, hey?!    My theory is that too many people across the world were wishing and wanting for life to slow down… the opportunity to ‘catch up’, find balance and cut through the noise so that they could focus on their own purpose, goals, dreams and desires.   ‘Be careful what you […]

HOW AWESOME CULTURE EQUALS PROFIT

A Business Culture of Excellence…. what does that mean?   What does culture mean to you and why is it important? It sure is a bit of a buzz word these days and could have many a definition to each of us.   To me it’s how the place ‘feels’. Within an amazing culture, all of […]

HOW TO MAKE YOUR TIME WORK FOR YOU

What could YOU do with a FULL 33 days?? -using EVERY hour in each day? I’m sure you could think of a gazillion things!!   Withefficiency and focus, surely you could…. Transform your team from negativity to retaining positivity? Create an entire sales funnel? Win hearts and minds? Create a training program? Develop a motivated […]

DO YOU RESPOND OR REACT?

Over the past few weeks, news of the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus disease, has dominated media channels. It’s in your news feed, it’s in your inbox, and everyone around you is likely talking about it. But even more newsworthy than the virus itself is what has happened in reaction to it. The stock market […]

DEAL WITH IT! – DON’T BURY IT! ……. Why you’re # 1 in your leadership role & how to stay there!

My instant thought was to keep busy… distract myself, suppress the pain… but it only made it worse. I wasn’t acknowledging any feelings or emotions. I wasn’t expressing my anger, shock, annoyance, sadness. I had too much to do anyway. Easier to just keep ‘doing’. No point feeling sorry for myself, people were relying on […]