For many businesses the end of a calendar year is a time to think about planning the next 12 months. This blog gives on a strategic approach that works.
Are you standing out in your field?
My 60th Birthday gave me a chance to reflect, the result of which is some big decisions and the commitments that go with them. It all starts here…
I’ve created a workshop to take the first step to being back in control. Having the time you need, so that you are working with clients whom you know are perfect
Uncertainty about what is coming is greater than ever; planning is difficult and the risks of undertaking projects to be ready, for example, for leaving the single market, is that the end result may still be very different from the current sense of direction. What are the six steps to protecting your business from these rapidly changing uncertainties?
We often take negotiating positions because they are easier, both to define and to understand, than the principles that underlie them. It’s often not even be the best position, just the one that we have chosen that will do well enough for now. Principled negotiations allow you to find the unexpected, better option, that nobody had even considered when the negotiations began.
It’s useful for any business to model not just how they work, but also to map out how others in your market approach what you do. Not to copy, nor to denigrate, but to understand how you differ and why.