Tag: business growth

Hiring for jobs that don’t exist yet

April 15, 2019 by

This article from Korn Ferry is a quick and interesting read. Many of the jobs businesses are recruiting for now, didn’t exist a year ago. It’s pretty scary to think how quickly the landscape is changing. We’re fortunate to work with many leading edge organisations well prepared for this emerging scenario. Their experiences very much […]

Categories: High Performance, Leadership, Recruitment, Strategy, Tony Chapman

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The Importance of a good Brains Trust

January 24, 2019 by

I’m feeling really energised! As I write this, the team at SRA have just wrapped up a day devoted to considering aspects of our own business strategy. We start 2019 as committed as ever to making a big impact – to unlocking the potential of people and organisations. And today was a day when we […]

Categories: Change, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Leadership, Strategy, Tony Chapman

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Innovation in Culture

November 19, 2018 by

In the last twelve months, we’ve noticed a significant increase in the number of clients approaching SRA to enlist our guidance and support in creating targeted culture change. This has included, for example, a culture that embraces change, a more customer-oriented culture, or a more innovative culture. And this really excites the team here at SRA. Organisational […]

Categories: Change, Culture, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Leadership, Strategy, Tony Chapman

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Take control of your business

May 11, 2015 by

Why should you be paying greater attention to your business strategy? Quite simply, strategy defines action. And action creates results. Yogi Berra once wittingly mused that ‘if you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else’. That’s actually fine if you’re backpacking around Australia. But it’s not a sensible way to run a business. If […]

Categories: Change, High Performance, Meaning and purpose, Strategy, Strategy & Leadership, Uncategorized

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The case for corporate wellbeing

July 10, 2014 by

Every aspect of your team’s physical, mental, and emotional health is encompassed by corporate wellbeing. When we are stressed, off balance, unfocused, negative, or self-limiting – we don’t perform to our potential, and we also influence the way others act around us. SRA’s Corporate Wellbeing programs aim to provide tools and techniques that will help […]

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Regain Control of your Business – 5 Tips to Get Simple

October 02, 2013 by

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or that your business is out of control, how do you fix it? One way is to Get Simple. My previous post, Be a better Business Owner – 5 Tips to Get Simple offers 5 tips to help you restore balance as a business owner or business leader. This post is a […]

Categories: Business coaching, Leadership, Personal Development, Professional Service Firms, Strategy, Tony Chapman, Uncategorized

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Take me to your (Gen Y) Leader

August 14, 2013 by

If you have ever wondered how to successfully lead a hardworking and innovative Gen Y’er – you may have given up, thinking they don’t exist! But there are many exceptions the “typical” onesie-wearing, Facebook addicted, slovenly Gen Y’er. There are countless 20-something self-made millionaires, entrepreneurs and managers taking the corporate world by storm, and just […]

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Is it time to take your business to the next level?

March 09, 2013 by

 Is it time to take your business to the next level? You probably feel that the correct answer to that question should be a resounding “yes!!!” But be honest with yourself – many people in business are actually very comfortable with things being exactly as they are. But if you are ready, what is it […]

Categories: Business coaching, Change, Executive Coaching, Leadership, Strategy, Tony Chapman, Uncategorized

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Reduce complexity, create growth

February 11, 2013 by

Do you sometimes find yourself marveling at how ‘complex’ life has become? Or doing things that you’d rather not be doing? While this can happen in any aspect of our lives, if you run a business there’s a fairly good chance that you’ve answered yes to both of these questions. But it doesn’t have to […]

Categories: Balance, Change, Strategy, Uncategorized

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