Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Power of Performance Management – what business can learn from British Cycling

‘Everyone in the GB cycling team wants to be world class in their role.’ – Sir Chris Hoy If you’re anything like me, you’ll have been completely engrossed by the stories of success from the Rio Olympics – individual brilliance, team defiance, hero after hero – 4 years of blood, sweat and tears leading to […]

Planning for a crisis

The combines were out in force last night – up and down they went hour after hour, right through to 2am. Noisy buggers they are too, but rather than be frustrated or angry that they were disturbing my sleep with their racket, I was hugely impressed that they had been able to mobilise so quickly […]

The Magnificent 7 Ways to set your People up for Success

When you’re looking to grow a scale-ready business there are two essential foundations that you need to build: Simple logical and repeatable systems in every area of your operation, and A high performing team who take ownership for their role and run your systems effectively. Over the last few weeks we’ve talked about the importance […]

Does your business have a fitbit? The Value of setting targets

‘The odds of hitting your target go up dramatically when you aim at it.’ Mal Pancoast ‘Get moving’ programmes have got many people up and active, improving their lives through exercise. With obesity and heart disease on the rise we’re being encouraged to walk up stairs, hop off the bus early or park well away […]