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Spring has Sprung – time for a team Health Check?

Spring has Sprung – time for a team Health Check?

Nothing like a change of season to ‘check in’ and review your team’s performance. Have you considered a Health Check for your team? What we find in the ‘busyness’ of our projects and the daily grind, teams are falling into the trap of not stopping, reflecting, calling the issues and resolving these issues.  There doesn’t…

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Are you really Delegating?

Are you really Delegating?

Delegation is a management task that we often see gets confused. Here is a quick reference guide when considering delegating to others: Assigning work means directing people to carry out duties and tasks that are part of their job Delegating work means giving people the authority to carry out tasks that are normally your responsibility….

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Making Change Work – How to Flourish not Flounder

Making Change Work – How to Flourish not Flounder

Many business leaders are in the throes of disruptive change. You know you need to change things in your business to ensure you stay relevant and profitable but the ‘how’ is often not that clear. We believe ‘every project is a change, and every change is a project’.  Keeping this in mind, every change/project needs…

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Leadership Thrills and Spills

Leadership Thrills and Spills

Well, how much change has there been politically in the past week? We now have a new Prime Minister and Deputy, with a political party left in disarray. No matter what your political persuasion, it has been a sad and disappointing sequence of events for a number of reasons. Whilst events were unfolding it caused…

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Follow us on LinkedIn

Follow us on LinkedIn

We have a revamped LinkedIn SeeChange Consulting Company page. With the aid of our new website and library of client case study videos, we aim to share posts with our followers regularly that are practical, story based, thought provoking and with tips that are easy to apply. We are always learning ourselves and we plan…

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9 Ways to Build your Self Confidence

9 Ways to Build your Self Confidence

Confidence is something we can all have a challenge with at times.  Here are some tips to help you build your self-confidence. 1. Stop Comparing Yourself to Others  One of the most effective self-confidence building techniques that will immediately improve your confidence is to stop comparing yourself to others. This is trouble and in reality,…

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4 Tips for introducing change at work

4 Tips for introducing change at work

Here are some tips to help with the challenge of implementing change in your workplace. Tip 1 Don’t assume others will see the changes the same way you do Ask others how they see things. Listen and attempt to understand how they feel Tip 2 In changing times people often just want to go back…

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Small Business Foundations for Growth Program

Small Business Foundations for Growth Program

SeeChange has developed a small affordable program specifically tailored for small businesses to help them to create change in the way they do business so they can grow successfully. This program has come about from working with small business owners and seeing their common concerns: Business owners working longer and longer hours meaning time away…

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Who resists change the most?

Who resists change the most?

The results are in – which group resists change the most? In 2017, 1778 participants from 85 countries took part in Prosci’s 2017 Best Practices in Change Management benchmarking study. Maria and I contributed to this 2017 study. Previously there have been 9 studies completed which forms the largest body of knowledge related to managing…

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What’s the problem with planning?

What’s the problem with planning?

What’s the problem with planning? Planning would be one of the greatest tools to help you as an individual, team and business achieve strategy, kick goals, serve your customers and create a happy work environment. And that’s just to name a few benefits of planning. There is a problem with a lack of planning out…

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