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1204, 2021

Why a people-first approach is no longer just a ‘nice to have’.

By |April 12th, 2021|Employee Engagement, Employee engagement drivers, Employee Experience, Employee voice, Exceptional Workplace Culture, key ingredients of exceptional workplace culture, Leadership, people-first approach|

When most people think about how to successfully run their business, I warrant that for the most part, they intentionally plan to adapt a profit maximising approach. However, there is a growing number of business leaders who understand that a people-first approach is what makes the difference between surviving and thriving. Which is why I want [...]

2203, 2021

Know your stakeholders

By |March 22nd, 2021|Employee Engagement, Employee engagement drivers, Employee Experience, Employee voice, Exceptional Workplace Culture, Focus Groups, key ingredients of exceptional workplace culture, stakeholder engagement, Team Culture, Top-Down Down-Up communication, Workplace Culture|

Stakeholder engagement. What do you think of when you read those words? I’m willing to place a small wager (on a nice bottle of champers if you ‘re wondering) that the first thing that sprung to mind when you saw those words was your external stakeholders such as your clients, suppliers, contractors, referral sources. Do you [...]

103, 2021

Thank you, Sir Richard.

By |March 1st, 2021|Employee Engagement, Employee engagement drivers, Employee Experience, Exceptional Workplace Culture, Team Culture, Workplace Culture|

Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of your clients. I have never personally met Sir Richard Branson. He of the billions, island owner, multi-successful businesses etc etc. I wish I had though, if only to say a big Thank You for ever ushering [...]

2312, 2020

All the feels (Part 2 of 2020 Wrap-up)

By |December 23rd, 2020|2020 wrap-up|

In case you missed it, Christmas is here. I know, I know. It doesn’t seem possible. Time was frozen for so long during lockdowns, that it kind of feels like we skipped from the March long weekend (just before lockdown #1) all the way to December. At the same time as it felt like we were [...]

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