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What is Your Leadership Character?

Thursday, August 25, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
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We all need to be called upon to be a leader sometimes, whether that’s as a business owner, manager, in your work role, mother, father, sibling, family member or friend. So what is your leadership character? Read More

Trust

Monday, August 08, 2016
Posted 4 years ago
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Trust between employees, managers and employers is one of the hardest principles to develop, yet it is the most important foundation for consistent business success. To first establish trust you must be a trustworthy business owner and leader in your words and actions, it is only then that the culture of trust can be established in your team. Read More

Gratitude and Success

Thursday, August 04, 2016
Posted 4 years ago
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Finding Business Freedom

Monday, August 01, 2016
Posted 4 years ago
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Some time ago I read an article about an interview with Richard Branson about why he never feels guilty taking a break from work to spend time with his family. Richard certainly believes that business is freedom. He blends work and his life in balance and doesn’t feel guilty when he is holidaying as this is a time when he relaxes and finds inspiring new business ideas. Read More

Expressing Emotion

Thursday, July 21, 2016
Posted 4 years ago
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Being able to express your emotions is an important leadership skill Read More

Leadership - Dealing with mistakes

Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Posted 4 years ago
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The better your Business & Leadership skills, the stronger your business will be. The more time and energy you invest in developing your leadership skills, the more connected you’ll be with your team and the more focused and efficient you’ll be with your time.  Read More


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