Tag: Newcastle Business Consulting

Do You Love It?

Running a small business is hard. Damn hard. It can be relentless, thankless and at times, soul-destroying. But we love it. The challenges are never ending. Competitors who are prepared to do the job for less, or the employee who is all about themselves and have no regard for anyone else, the constant demands of… Read more »

Dare to Dream

Can you remember the last time that you gave yourself the opportunity to Dream? I mean really, dream? A moment where you let your imagination run free. A time where you created a sense of peace and allowed your imagination to wander and see “your possibilities”. A compelling vision for the future always starts with… Read more »

Does Your Business Make You Hot & Cross?

It’s been a long time coming, but the Easter break is almost here. Whilst it is important to spend some time away from your business, it is also a great time to embrace the opportunities that are all around you, although they may be difficult to see. It can also be a great time to… Read more »

S.M.A.R.T Goals May Not Be Enough

Anyone who has had the task of implementing corporate goals or has studied goal setting in the last forty years has heard of the term S.M.A.R.T goals. The acronym stands for Specific, Measureable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely. S.M.A.R.T provides a generally useful tool and has been accepted as the benchmark for setting goals. Our goal… Read more »

Trust is Good for your Health (Part 5)

In recent years, research has shown that people who have developed deep personal relationships, experience better health. These people generally experience lower blood pressure, lower rates of depression & anxiety, better physiological well-being and they live longer. Trust is not just a buzz word, it delivers real, quantifiable benefits. There has also been movement in… Read more »

Trust in Business Has Never Been More Important (Part 4)

The Edelman Trust Barometer was first published in 2001 and is a highly respected source of information regarding the general “feeling of trust” in the community. It has over the years measured the level of trust that people feel toward government, non-government organisations, business and the media and its impact on decision making. The 2019… Read more »