Sun.May 12, 2019

Looking for answers? Keep sight of the questions

Jacq Hackett Consulting

As consultants, we are brought into organisations to solve problems or assist with a particular challenge. Exactly what the client needs will vary of course. It might be a review of a program or service; diagnosis of glitches in the system to identify solutions; an organisational restructure; a strategic plan; development of a new policy.

Fast Math: Quant Skills

Management Consulted

Fast math. Whether you majored in Economics, English, or History, you will be expected to be comfortable with math during your consulting case interviews. To be more specific, you’ll need to be good at fast math. If math isn’t your … Continue Reading.

Conquering Fear: Defeat the #1 Enemy of Growth

Joellyn Sargent

Fear is the enemy of growth. It breeds hesitation and self-doubt, holding you back when you should be charging ahead. I’m on my third business so I know first-hand how fear-inducing the journey of entrepreneurship can be.

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Describe a Person or place that has Shaped you. (podcast)

Leadership Vision Consulting

On this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, we're asking you to wrestle with this Strengths question: Describe a Person or place that has Shaped you. How does this influence your Strengths today? Listen now and join the conversation! The post Describe a Person or place that has Shaped you.

The Definitive Guide to Becoming a High-Growth Company

Why do some companies grow at a double-digit pace every year, while others experience nominal (or even flat) growth year over year? Discover the common attributes that your High-Growth Clients have in common as they outperform their competition in top-line growth!

Trapped by the incoming

Seth Godin Blog

The incoming is coming to you because a while ago, you did something brave and generous and risky. Incoming is great. It’s a reward for your impact. It’s a chance to serve and to make a difference. And it enables you to go to work every day. If you spend all your time dealing with the incoming, though, you’ll have no time and no energy to create the next thing. Every successful organization that has ultimately faded away via irrelevance has failed for this very reason