Monthly Archive: April 2014

working naturally

Published: 30th April, 2014

I’ve been making a point of getting out and about reviewing the new Big Picture app pondering how the environment in which we’re in helps us be more effective. Leaving the paper kits in the office to check out a theory – that is .. to be most effective we want to be as personal […]

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cherish good info

Published: 28th April, 2014

You’ve uncovered a key piece of information so let’s keep it handy to use to make some key decisions! This kind of information needs to be managed through the different stages of thinking. To do that it needs unpicking, understanding and sharing with the right people at the right times. Complexity can cloud and conspire […]

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playing with new things

Published: 3rd April, 2014

Just so much going on – sheesh where do we find the time! With my bell(!) from BP HQ I’m describing what you will find on the new website, a call out for early adopters of the new online Big Picture and a reminder that our next training is on the 12th May in Oxford. […]

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stay close

Published: 2nd April, 2014

It can be hard to reach a position where everyone ‘gets it‘ so once you have it within your grasp don’t let it slip! A place to go back to when things get hard. The brain is looking for ways to think about things to make its job easier. Once it structures a thought in […]

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positive feedback

Published: 2nd April, 2014

We don’t get things right first time- we test and measure through our interactions with each other. We see it when we’re learning a new language keen to correct and confirm so we can do better next time. Think about this when running some information by your colleague. Think about completing a full cycle from the […]

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turn the tables

Published: 2nd April, 2014

It’s natural to start with what we can do because that’s what we know most about! For your client or colleague to make sense of what you’re saying takes brain power – to listen, interpret and apply to their business. It’s at that point they will decide whether you’re a good bet to deliver. A […]

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no time to stop & think!

Published: 2nd April, 2014

It’s tough remembering to take time out to work on your business. Always after that next marketing opportunity and chasing up sales not to mention fulfilling orders and looking after customers and suppliers – then there’s the admin!   I was nudged to think about one way to ‘stop & think’ – a ready reckoner […]

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