Important points for Interview Success!

By |June 22nd, 2017|

How to Interview Successfully

Other than at the beginning or end of their careers, people are almost certain to ‘do what they have always done’. Sure, we learn, we improve, we develop skills, but so do most other people.

So, focus on the CV. Be sure that the claims are accurate. If the achievements are good and […]

Meetings: What do participants really think?

By |May 16th, 2017|

How can we avoid the dangers of ‘Groupthink?’
Groupthink is a term first used in 1972 by social psychologist Irving L. Janis that refers to a psychological phenomenon in which people strive for consensus within a group. In many cases, people will set aside their own personal beliefs or adopt the opinion of the rest of […]

Bad at Your Job? Maybe It’s the Job’s Fault!

By |May 11th, 2017|

A poorly designed job can work against even the most dedicated employee, setting the person up to fail. So how do we gauge whether an employee’s position offers the right mix of organizational support and responsibility?

When a worker struggles to meet the demands of a particular position, the problem may not be with the employee—maybe […]

Ground Floor Sales Opportunity, Work From Home, South East

By |April 14th, 2017|

Exciting ground floor opportunity to develop and grow in a modern, forward thinking entrepreneurial organisation. Work from home, travel available to USA. London, M25, M3, M4 corridors

Internal sales with genuine opportunity to progress to external.

What they need and what’s on offer:

IT Channel Sales (selling for Software Vendor via Resellers and MSP’s,
Must have IT solution sales […]

One way to gain and keep the best Staff

By |April 11th, 2017|

Want to attract the best talent? A recent study by Microsoft found that 80% of UK bosses allow employees flexibility in how and where they work. Many bosses surveyed said flexible working is now necessary to attract and keep the best staff.


Access to talent. Home working is an attractive […]

Simple ways individuals and sales managers can increase sales

By |April 4th, 2017|

Are Self-Limiting Beliefs Constraining You & Your Team?
Allowing self-limiting beliefs to constrain performance will limit sales results. Like everyone, salespeople hold stubbornly to private beliefs about themselves, clients, markets, competition, and the economy. These beliefs can have an enormous impact, positive or negative, on results.

When salespeople don’t see themselves as providing value, they tend to […]

Reacting damages us. Respond instead!

By |March 10th, 2017|

In life and in business, it’s better to respond than react...

Performance Begins from the Inside

By |February 28th, 2017|

In business we work hard to succeed. We work long hours, we hone skills, we learn to communicate effectively. We want to do well for ourselves, our families and our organisations. But some people don’t do well because they don’t feel well. Sometimes things are beyond our control, we may be dealt a ‘bad hand.’ […]

Replacing a Competitor or becoming a New Supplier

By |February 28th, 2017|

If a prospect tells you he is already working with competitors, then they have a need, they see the value. Despite being mad busy, they are seeing you for a reason. So don’t walk away. Explore, but do it briefly.

Start building a relationship and plant seeds, especially if you can make working with you low […]

Always go for big win?

By |February 28th, 2017|

“AS THE story goes, a boy who lived in a remote village was poor. Thinking he was mentally slow, the townspeople laughed at him. When visitors came, some of the villagers made fun of him in front of their friends. They would hold out two coins, a large silver one and a small gold one […]