Menu

Exploring aspects of conversation

Exploring aspects of conversation, both personal and professional

Hugh Gyton blog Why Bosses Should be the Dumbest Person in the Room

Why Bosses Should be the Dumbest Person in the Room

I once sat in a strategy session with a CEO who asked endless questions of his team before cheerfully answering most of them himself. His executive team dubbed him the Boomerang Boss.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog What a Trip to the Doctor can Teach you about Scaling Up

What a Trip to the Doctor can Teach you about Scaling Up

Understand how the application of a simple, practical, and actionable tool from our Scaling Up suite can help you have the "right people doing the right things right" as you grow.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog Discipline. Does it matter?

Discipline. Does it matter?

"Discipline is the soul of an army. It makes small numbers formidable; procures success to the weak, and esteem to all" (George Washington) And yet, like motivation, can be a blessing or a curse ...

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog Three Good Habits to Keep Your Plan on Track

Three Good Habits to Keep Your Plan on Track

What are three practical approaches to making sure your planning day actually results in the company scaling up more efficiently and predictably.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog Four Key Personal Questions You Need To Ask Yourself

Four Key Personal Questions You Need To Ask Yourself

Getting alignment between your personal values and your business values goes along way towards successfully scaling up a business. What are the four personal questions you need to ask yourself to achieve this?

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog Someone’s birth order – does it matter?

Someone’s birth order – does it matter?

Apparently knowing someone’s birth order can assist in building your sales approach.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog What would you say if you could only type?

What would you say if you could only type?

When walking around the streets of Sydney and riding public transport, it is hard not to be conscious of the number of people clearly, deeply in 'conversation' through the use of their thumbs.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog When language fails you

When language fails you

Recently I travelled to Poland to attend a wedding. I’ve done a lot of travel and I’ve had minimal problems with communications. The Polish language, however, is incredibly difficult and for the first time I struggled. It left me wondering how were we all going to survive the wedding?

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog Dealing with Difficult Conversations

Dealing with Difficult Conversations

I am sure you have at some point in time experienced lost sleep, sweaty palms, and procrastination in anticipation of an impending difficult conversation. But what makes a conversation difficult and how does one deal with it?

Monday, July 24, 2017

Read post

Hugh Gyton blog How to engage someone in conversation over the telephone

How to engage someone in conversation over the telephone

How does one engage someone in conversation over the telephone, someone whom you have never met before?

Friday, May 05, 2017

Read post