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Step away from day-to-day operations to generate useful insights by taking a more granular, close-up view of your problems and opportunities.
We've summarised the thoughts of a number of business gurus and thought leaders to see what they recommend in terms of creative thinking, teamwork and strategy.
Proactive and clear communication helps team members work together effectively by eliminating misunderstandings, information gaps and duplicated effort.
Whether you believe there are innumerable new ideas to be had or that we are all re-imagining the same things our ancestors puzzled over, learning about inspiring men and women from history can give a certain spark to your work.
How do you ensure your ideas are as original as possible? It’s all about finding fresh ground by going against the grain, eschewing conformity and ignoring the rulebook.
Culture is a part of everybody’s experience in the organisation - how people think, feel, and process things as a group. You might define it as: "How we do things around here."
In order to make good decisions it is crucial that we evaluate things critically and objectively to help us determine the best course of action.
Future of Work
What trends are around the corner for our working lives? Will we continue to work more flexibly and remotely? Will we hold meetings in virtual reality? There's only one way to find out.
The link between goal setting and performance is one of the best established findings in psychology. If you want to achieve something, you should seriously think about setting a goal.
Innovation is the lifeblood of business. Without innovation, a business becomes stale, outdated and irrelevant to consumers.
Effective leadership means creating a clear vision, inspiring your people and helping them shine as part of your team.
To grow and adapt to our fast-changing world, we need to learn constantly. What are the best methods of learning new skills and approaches to help us get fit for the future?
Over a career, the average person sits through 9,000 hours of needless meetings. It doesn't have to be this way!
The concept of Organisational Health brings together the most important elements of a well-functioning team, working on the basis that once these elements are present to a high level, an organisation will be successful.
Benjamin Franklin said: "If you fail to plan, you're planning to fail." Mike Tyson said: "Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth." Who's right and what's the correct approach?
People who can focus get things done. People who can prioritise get the right things done.
Optimising for personal productivity is essentially managing yourself - staying organised, focusing on high-value priorities, and avoiding procrastination and burnout. It's harder than it sounds.
By getting to the heart of why your organisation exists, who it serves, and how it improves their lives, you help your employees find meaning in their work and strive to do better at every turn.
More and more businesses are turning to remote meetings, virtual workshops, online conferences and collaboration technology to get things done.
Deciding your immediate, medium and long-term strategy depends on many elements: your business capabilities, the markets you operate in, customer needs, your competitive advantage - and more.
A great team is not just a group of great individuals: research shows that how a team works together is more important than who’s on the team.
Values are the guiding principles that you use to make decisions about what you work on and how you go about it. They drive your priorities, attitudes and behaviours.
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