How often do you look strategically at your business?
Many people don’t look at their business strategically often enough. By becoming too engaged in the detail they use common and normally financial metrics to measure progress and success. The end of the year offers an excellent opportunity to intelligently review how far you have come and what you will need to change to achieve the outcome that you want. This may mean looking at your business completely differently....
Succession is one of the key challenges in any business, do it badly and the business fails, do it well and the business thrives. This session will help you to devise a means of identifying potential successors, whilst also ensuring your leadership teams are balanced for todays challenging world.
Not everyone needs to be at the peak of Mental Toughness, but understanding where you are and how to improve both your hardiness and resilience are key to a successful future....
Has your business succeeded because of, or in spite of, your leadership?
How do you improve as a leader?
A business needs strategic leadership to thrive, succeed and to gain the greatest performance from its staff and resources. This session will help you to understand the importance of business leadership, define your own leadership style and measure your ability to lead a business against your own criteria.
Good leadership is about motivating and influencing your people to achieve more than the constraints and controls of management will allow; good management...
The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Animal Welfare Sub-Group for Dogs launched its report, Review and Recommendations for Developing an Effective England-wide Strategy for Dogs, on 2 December.
The report has been compiled and published in partnership by a small group of key stakeholders including Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Blue Cross, the British Veterinary Association, Dogs Trust, the Kennel Club, PDSA, and the RSPCA, with input from cross-party politicians. It sets out a series of recommendations that the group hopes the main political parties will consider and accept as...
In this video local business expert Richard Hussey from RSH Copywriting gives great advice on how to write news articles.
Richard describes the three best principles to writing a new articles and the importance of headlines.
“Your headline has one purpose -- to grab the attention of the specific people you really want to read your content.
"It has to tell them: 'this article is for you’; 'you're going to discover something of value'. And 'this will be a productive use of your time'. See now why headlines are more than just an afterthought?”
Sampson Hall recently held a two day programme to develop the understanding of culture, leadership, and strategy with two Independent Schools.
The event was held at the beautiful Dartington Hall, near Totnes. The programme was extremely successful with the participants defining a clear and focused vision for the schools for the next five years. From this they derived clear mission statements which resulted in a detailed and understood plan with clear priorities set for the next two years to drive and align the work streams involved.
This week the House of Commons was the venue for a prestigious event to promote the South West green energy sector on a national stage. Renewable energy champions Regen SW hosted the South West Sustainable Energy Reception at the Members' Dining Room at Westminster on Tuesday 8 October with support from leading lawyers Osborne Clarke and Western Power Distribution. More than 150 opinion formers, investors and innovators assembled to hear from The Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change. Merlin Hyman, chief executive of Regen SW, said in his introductory...