HIGH STANDARDS DEFINE GREAT LEADERS

In any organisation the leader & the leadership team set the standards. How this team operates sets the environment for the rest of the people in the wider team. Kendall Langston shares his thoughts around the standards and expectations he has of those he works with and leads.

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A MATRIX TO UNDERSTAND WINNING CULTURES

In my experience, many leaders look for a silver bullet to achieve a winning culture.  Many leaders are often frustrated because they are doing so many of the right things but still feel they don’t have the winning formula – but there is no one thing. In this blog, Greg Allnutt, one of our Strategic Advisors, […]

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ARE YOU AND YOUR BUSINESS IN A POSITION OF CHOICE?

When you started your business, you thought you would have more choices; you could (in theory) decide when you worked, who you worked with, what projects you took on etc… That might even have been part of the impetus for starting your own business in the first place; being able to call the shots.

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THE ELEMENT OF CHOICE

What succession really means – and how to start on your path to a self-sustaining business. Chances are, your dream wasn’t to have to work in your business until your dying days, see it simply wind down after all that hard work, or sell for a mere 2x EBIT.

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BUSINESS SUCCESSION INSIGHTS FROM THE ADVISORY.WORKS TEAM

Our Advisory.Works consulting team recently had a virtual discussion around the topic of business succession to gather our collective insights from our many years of experience supporting and guiding a wide array businesses through all types of succession.

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4 KEY BUSINESS CHANGES YOU SHOULD MAKE

In 2017, John Spence, had client engagements in nine countries and led business excellence workshops for more than 400 CEOs across the globe. In this Blog he shares his observations of the trends across all those different organizations and industries

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HANDING OVER THE BATON

In 2015 the ANZ Business Barometer of New Zealand businesses, found that succession was an issue for 44% of kiwi businesses.

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