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A Leadership FAQ on Honor - Get Your Daily Dose

Just another reminder to choose honor today and do the right thing! Here’s an FAQ from Lee Ellis – “How would you define honor and what is its importance in personal and professional life?” 150 more words

Team Development

Process reviews make not an organisation improvement system!

The most common observation in my consulting practice is the claim that process reviews conducted by an “intervention group” are the organisation’s improvement system. Unfortunately on their own process reviews will only solve point in time problems. 323 more words

Business Transformation

Service Scheduling

Service Scheduling with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Field Service

Continuing with my theme of field service, today I want to concentrate on the subject of scheduling, which I find very interesting as there are a number of complex factors involved. 896 more words

Microsoft CRM

So, I’ve been thinking…

In the past few months I’ve written some five blog posts, edited many others, written press releases, designed more often than not, worked with a team whose attitude is greater than their capability and have been challenged at every step about my own capability and patience to take inefficiencies. 244 more words

Random Thoughts

Evidence Based Practice in Workplace Change

My social media feeds are littered with posts that declare the solutions to almost all of my organisational and personal problems in seven or less easy steps. 595 more words


Which Career Are You On?

Someone many years ago told me “there are three careers in each one of us….”. Talking to people a lot, as I do as a career coach I am now thinking this needs to be changed to “there are 5 careers in everyone” People are definitely getting more comfortable with the idea of changing roles if they are not happy and consider changing sometimes to completely different professions or ways of working. 267 more words

Self Development

Shaking Up Change

Organisations can often become victims of their own success. In an era when everything is changing, evolving and mutating at an increasing rate, what worked for decades does not necessarily work any more. 147 more words