Practical advice and knowledge to help business owners.
Making decisions is something we, as humans, do every day. Sometimes we get them right and other times we don’t. So why do we get decisions wrong and why do others, seemingly have ‘good luck’ and make good decisions most of the time.
Many clubs and businesses believe that to become more profitable that they need to focus solely on attracting new members. But the fact is you need to spend a good chunk of your time retaining current and former members. These are people you already know to be a good sales potential…they’ve already bought from you!
How do you survive as a leader in today’s competitive world, where everyone is claiming to be an expert in some thing or another? My answer – be a great generalist leader.
It is at this time of the year when new teams have been bought together that cracks start to show. Whether that is on the sporting field, in the boardroom or where you work. The honeymoon period and excitement of starting something new and being around certain team members starts to wear thin. So what is your role as a coach in this process of team development to ensure you can break through to achieve your vision?
The ability of a leader to set strategy is fundamental to their success as a leader. Many leaders have great tactical leadership. But strategic leadership is different. Strategic leadership is just as much an art form as it is organisational knowledge and experience.
© 2019 Paul Mead