What can completing a Jigsaw tell you about #leadership and #scalingup? Time to find out.
Sunday, July 14, 2019
If we simply keep an open mind and present in the activities we partake in who knows what lessons and wisdom might be found ...
Monday, July 08, 2019
Just some of the lessons learnt from Hugh Gyton & Associates recent trip to Florence and the Pitti Filati Show. Lesson One: Go and ...
Saturday, June 29, 2019
Currently reading General Stanley McChrystal’s book ‘Team of Teams – New rules of engagement for a complex world’. A great read, not only in the learning to be had but, as business books go, a cracking and entertaining read.The training people are prepared to endure to make it into the elite forces is simply mind-boggling. Trust me you do not want to try BUD/S (curious? Now you are just going to have to read the book. Oh OK, or Google it)
Saturday, June 01, 2019
Successfully scaling up a business is not simply about growing. It requires growing with increased profitability, not just size – whether that be in team members, customers, sales, or impact. So what might that actually mean if you were looking to scale a law practice, or any business for that matter?
Sunday, May 19, 2019
My partner and I enjoyed a fabulous meal recently whilst we were in London courtesy of The Palomar restaurant. As their website announces ...
Monday, April 22, 2019
A skill that I am continually looking to hone in my role as a Scaling Up Coach is staying curious and consciously thinking about how I ask questions and indeed what questions I pose to help my clients gain greater clarity as to where their attention and intention needs to be.
Saturday, April 06, 2019
Reading this month’s Harvard Business Review I was struck by a small piece featured in their “IdeaWatch” section on page 22 – “Efficiencies of Scale May Be a Myth”
Monday, March 25, 2019
As someone who spends a lot my time assisting clients with verbal and non-verbal communication it often intrigues me how choice of vocabulary or labelling can significantly impact how we then choose to interpret or understand things. How just ‘tweaking’ the words we use can sometimes have a significant impact on what might then be achieved.
Thursday, January 17, 2019
Meetings often have a bad reputation and not without cause, consider some of this data: •Executives spend 40-50% (23hrs) of their working hours per week in meetings •90% of meeting attendees admit to daydreaming in them •73% acknowledge they do other work during meetings •25% of meetings are spent discussing irrelevant issues
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
- More Leadership Lessons from a Jigsaw
- Leadership Lessons from a Jigsaw Puzzle
- Leadership Lessons from Pitti Filati in Florence
- Differentiation doesn’t have to be complicated and/or expensive …
- Studies since the 1930's and we still don't get it
- It's all about the rhythm
- Four Fundamentals to Scale Your Law Practice
- The Power of Everybody Knowing the Part they Play
- We have all the answers
- Are You Scaling or Just Growing?