As a recruiter and management consultant, my clients are effectively my suppliers. This is why we take such care to make sure that the clients Mindset Group chooses to work with reflect our values. And here’s why it’s so important…Continue Reading...Leave a Comment
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself…. and the resulting poor performance and culture it induces.
Globally, the market (yet again) is in a spin….what will 2012 be like? How will the European markets affect our economies and what exactly will happen there….will there be a collapse of the economy? Will someone come to their rescue? Will ‘they’ wisen up and change the way they manage their economy, culture and employment? And it’s not just Europe, what of the USA market? Will it experience another dramatic, yet predicted fall? Whatever the outcome, it will not be solved overnight so the reality is that we need to manage our economy and businesses the best we can and put in place strategies to counteract multiple situations.Continue Reading...View Comments (1)
Mindset underlies everything. Action, choice, thought, feeling, relating, success, satisfaction and positive regard all arise from and are impacted by, our mindset. In its impact on our action and choice, mindset largely determines the results we experience by that action, as individuals, teams and organisations.Continue Reading...Leave a Comment
Just before I headed off for my break, there was an interesting article in the Australian Financial Review, entitled, "Itâ€™s Recovery Time For Stressed Bosses." It was a timely reminder to use the break to rest my mind, body and come back with the best mindset for the year ahead.Continue Reading...Leave a Comment
I sit here in Melbourne and watch the TV footage of the unfolding flood catastrophe in Queensland. I have many friends in Brisbane; a few have evacuated their houses. One I know has a thriving retail business which is now underwater. I think to myself what would I do if it was my business?Continue Reading...Leave a Comment
Don Holley talks about the necessity of having those 'difficult coversations' in team development exercises.Continue Reading...Leave a Comment
Iâ€™m sitting here at 11000m above the ground somewhere between Melbourne and Sydney thinking about career management. Why? You ask. Well late last week one of our consultants received within the space of an hour three emails from three different candidates attaching their CVs and asking politely for meetings with us and for their CVs to be added to our database for consideration for any current and future roles we may be trying to fill.Continue Reading...View Comments (1)