5 Key Traits of Growth

Have you been struggling to grow your business? Trying to find profitability in a stagnating market? We believe there is potential for every company to grow, but to do so requires continual personal development and strong leadership.

Here are 5 key traits to develop within your business to facilitate growth.

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Q&A: How to Drive Your Team to Perform at Their Best

Imagine this: you’ve just arrived at the office and it looks like it will be another busy day. Before you’ve even sat down, one of your team walks into your office and asks for your help with the first customer they are seeing that day.

Once you’ve sorted out that problem, one of your admin staff approach you asking if you have time to assist them with a project that’s due by the end of the week. By the time you’ve finished with these tasks, it’s already several hours into the day and you are behind on your own responsibilities.

If you find yourself in situations like this often, you need to learn how to train your team members to take responsibility and accountability for their own tasks instead of coming to you immediately.

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Why You Should Focus on Accountability Rather Than Perfection

Have you noticed hostility and negativity in your business? Do your employees seem stressed, unmotivated or pessimistic? Workplace negativity is a growing problem which can have serious effects on your productivity and success. 
We believe workplace negativity can be significantly reduced by changing the expectation from perfection to accountability. 

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Building Business Momentum: Greg's Interview on B2M

Greg recently chatted to Simon Fawkes on the B2M Podcast about his personal story, the motivation for writing his first book Feet First with Troy Parsons, and some of the lessons shared in the book.

We’d love for you to listen and gain further insight into Feet First.

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How To Empower Your Team

Have you ever found yourself struggling to grow your business because you're too busy doing mundane tasks to focus on managing your team effectively? When challenges arise in the workplace, do you find yourself stepping in to address the problem yourself? Is your first instinct to tell your employees how to solve a problem rather than helping them find the solution? Do you feel the need to micromanage projects to ensure a positive result? 
If these scenarios sound familiar you might be an accidental diminisher. This problem often arises in periods of growth, when you are learning to delegate responsibilities and trust your growing team. However, not allowing your employees to work to their full capacity can hinder your business' growth.
The solution is to become a multiplier -  a leader who trusts their people to figure things out, gives them space to work through challenges on their own, and instils a sense of individual responsibility and accountability in their staff. 
How do you make the transition from diminishing to multiplying your people? 

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