How to improve internal email and team working

By |2013-03-15T09:41:58+00:00February 15th, 2013|Leveraging Microsoft Outlook for time priority and workload management|

I was working with a client in France yesterday. We were working on the challenges of managing competing priorities, multiple projects, imminent  deadlines and – inevitably – the volume and quality of internal Microsoft Outlook email traffic. We were looking at how we could improve internal team communications through better [...]

Making change happen. Turning I Oughta into I am and meaning it

By |2017-08-09T14:57:56+01:00July 9th, 2012|Goal creation and control, Time Management and Prioritisation tips|

I hope that, whilst you may have felt a little mad at times, you are not certifiably insane. I felt like I was going mad back in the day when I was ‘learning’ to windsurf, more of which later. Wondering why is it difficult to bridge the gap between what we ‘know’ [...]

3 ways to manage time spent on priority project and strategy work

By |2014-01-03T15:24:15+00:00June 26th, 2012|Leveraging Microsoft Outlook for time priority and workload management, Leveraging technology to improve productivity, Time Management and Prioritisation tips|

You are juggling operational work with projects, strategy and ambitions every day. You are doing this in your professional work life and your personal life. That’s 6 dimensions of time management before you even get to differentiating between the competing priorities within each dimension and the inevitable email torrent that [...]

Kicking off our people management year at IoD People Forum on Friday 6th January 2012.

By |2011-12-30T11:53:43+00:00December 30th, 2011|Uncategorized|

I really enjoy running the IoD People Forum for Surrey and am looking forward to our 2012 season. The Forum has been developed and designed to be particularly helpful for business Owners, Directors and Managers who have direct employee responsibility, to human resource and learning & development practitioners, to employment lawyers [...]

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