During lockdown and beyond, we have been hosting Zoom calls for our Business Changing clients with many great business leaders. We've treated these much like a podcast, with a chat between myself and the guest speaker, and then room for our clients
I was honoured to have Sir John Key join us by Zoom, sharing his incredible advice with a number of our Business Changing clients. As someone who led NZ during a GFC and the Christchurch earthquakes, and who now serves as an advisor and board member
We're heading into a new financial year — what have you learnt from the last one? What went right, what went wrong, what was ho-hum? Looking back, which areas of the business do you wish you'd spent more of your focus on, because you can see they
If you find challenging conversations, erm, challenging, this framework might help you - it's one a client of mine uses to keep him on track. For a more in-depth look at how to tackle a challenging conversation read this blog I wrote
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?
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
This time we've talked to a master of branding: our client Mary Ellen Davy from Ellen & Company (www.ellenandcompany.co.nz). Mary and her business have just made the finals of the AUT Business Support Awards 2017 which is a massive achievement