Jeremy Blake on July 30, 2020

Before we consider business, let us consider school. Were you competing on your own when you were at school?  Is your son or daughter flying solo, or are they already delegating?

Malcolm...

Bob Morrell on June 26, 2020

We ran the second in a series of Zoom debates, arguing for, and against, a World Thriving without Employees. (i.e. all becoming self- employed).

Joined by an audience including Barbara...

Bob Morrell on April 2, 2020

Eleven years ago, we spoke at a conference where we pointed out that targeting was the wrong way to manage and motivate people and Managers should spend their valuable times on other tasks. At the...

Jeremy Blake on March 17, 2020

If circumstances lead you to self-isolate, I suggest you change the way you think about it.

Would you rather be in a state of self-isolation or a state or self-immersion?

Isolation...

Bob Morrell on October 1, 2019

Today, I read that the UK economy is doing a bit better than expected and not heading for the recession everyone was predicting a few weeks ago. In one way that’s great news. In another, what has...

Bob Morrell on May 24, 2019

Today is yet another historic day in the history of Brexit. Another delay, another leader? And more discussion, division, uncertainty and stagnation. We’re a country...

Jeremy Blake on November 16, 2017

Most companies are obsessed by like for like figures and what has just happened in their business. Their other biggest focus is the future. Where are we going? What are my sales forecasts? What’s...

Jeremy Blake on September 21, 2015

Over the last 13 years of training teams and managers one reoccurring theme is ‘lack of time.’

We run a couple of Time Management workshops that challenge the way individuals perceive the...