Straight up I will tell you that the title is attributed to Kate Miller-Heidke, singer songwriter. The classically trained Queensland born girl....This post is not about Kate but the concept and metaphor the song has evoked in relation to partnerships and collaborations in business. Read more.
Ask any business owner about managing staff and most will roll their eyes then start on a rant about their team not doing what they are asked. Read more.
I’m a strong believer in the need for any manager or business owner to be prepared to let their team fail. This concept might sound counterintuitive, or even mean, but in most instances, the lessons learnt from failure are actually far more meaningful than a lesson learnt any other way. So by letting your team fail, you can actually go a long way to building a really cohesive group. Read more.
In this competitive market, business owners have more to think about than ever before. Sharp focus on sales, profit, tax obligations, and clients often means that you can forget about team culture. A strong team culture attracts great people, which in turn equals success, so it’s important to put energy into creating a happy environment. A high-functioning team can be the difference between a 5% and a 25% growth. Read more.