You often read about owners of now-successful companies who talk about their early days in business, when they worked from a spare bedroom at home, ate two-minute noodles and often worked a day job to cover their expenses. Lean would be an apt
Let's get real here: being in business can be hard work. Really hard work. Hopefully you're doing something you love, something you're passionate about, but no matter how much you enjoy what you do, you'll possibly go through times where it feels
We recently shared a blog in which Business Changing client and recruitment specialist Mark Fisher from Eighty4 Recruitment dished out his advice on how to hire for cultural fit. He gave great insights into the techniques a business owner and manager
“Staff”. That’s the most common answer I hear when I ask Business Changing clients what their biggest issue in business is. Finding good staff, keeping good staff, needing more staff, having too much time taken up by troublesome staff – the list goes
When you went into business, did you ever consider you’d have to ‘growl’ people? Or, like most of us, were you just excited about getting your team on the same jolly bus, all facing forward and singing Kumbaya from the same song sheet?
The other day a client asked if they should be outsourcing more - and if so, what should they look to delegate. GOOD QUESTION! Most business owners do too much themselves - it's a big (and exciting) decision when you realise you can start
End of the financial year is here for us Kiwis (Australians, yours is not too far away in June and North Americans, you're halfway through yours). A lot of people use New Year's Eve to take stock of their past year and what goals they'd like to
At Business Changing, we work with clients of all types - from start-ups and those in growth phase to some very, very successful ones. I have been thinking about our most successful clients and have noticed they all share certain personal traits - 16