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Avoid Complicating Decision Making

There was a question posted recently on one of the forums that I am part of. Without going into detail it was essentially a question around whether a client should reduce their fee for multiple bookings. It was interesting to see the responses. Some of them short and to the point. Others long winded with […]

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Don’t Wait For Someone Else To Act

Attending a recent conference for accountants, I was surprised by how many seemed to feel that, even though they were in leadership roles, they could not make things happen. Now let’s not pretend that leading is easy; it’s not. At the same time my view is that people who choose to step into a leadership role do so because they can make a difference.

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Management Success: Stop Complaining, Start Acting

Circumstances always exist; it’s a fact of life. What I have noticed is that managers sometimes fall into the trap of complaining about the circumstances.

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Decision Making: 6 Steps to Better Decision Making

Decision making is a key role for any manager or leader.  Surprisingly many people struggle when it comes to taking decisions.  This might be due to: • Fear of failure • Lack of a structured approach • Procrastinating • Lack of clarity Whatever the barriers, there are 6 steps that you can follow when taking any decision. 1. Problem Definition […]

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