Data projectors

by Darren on December 15, 2017

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I like data projectors. I have one myself but it is far from portable. Fortunately I do not have to take my own data projector as they are normally provided but if you need to you might want to try the one below in the article. I don’t own one but I am thinking about it.

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Innovation a science

by Darren on December 11, 2017

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I have been talking to a number of groups about innovation over the last few weeks. I think the word often throws people off as they are looking for that transformational innovation which is a completely new idea, product or service. This actually doesn’t happen very often and is very difficult to create. Most innovation is incremental ie an adaption of an existing idea, product or service. There is a science to innovation as well. You don’t have to be super creative.

Read the article to understand some of the science to innovation. Read it here.

 

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Sunday Zephyr – Mindset

December 10, 2017

Photo by MARK ADRIANE on Unsplash How is your Sunday going? Do you have a positive productive mindset? I think I have a positive mindset and I am constantly challenging myself and others. Below is a short (30min) video on tips and hints to create a more positive mindset and life. What have you got to lose? have […]

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Values and teamwork

December 8, 2017

Photo by Mathias Jensen on Unsplash Last week I was in Bega delivering a series of programs around values and their importance to teamwork and achieving organisational goals. I think that a lot of managers and employees believe that values are just something you find on the wall in poster form, particularly in the head office reception area. […]

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Dealing with difficult conversations

December 4, 2017

Photo by Candice Seplow on Unsplash Over the next three weeks leading up to Christmas I am delivering a lot of training around conflict and difficult conversations. It is Christmas – conflict central. I read a good article on how to maintain your control when having these difficult conversations. I hope it helps out. Read the article here.

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Learning about learning

November 27, 2017

Photo by Mike Tinnion on Unsplash As the year comes to a close and hopefully the workload is slowing down a little it is a good time to do some learning yourself rather than teaching others. Here is a good course to start with. It is self paced over six weeks and it is free. It is called […]

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Sunday Zephyr – Feeling clumsy?

November 26, 2017

Photo by chuttersnap on Unsplash How is your weekend going? Everyone has their clumsy day, or week or maybe year. Hopefully you haven’t had a clumsy week but if you have the video below might make you feel better. Pandas are really clumsy. Can’t see the video – click here

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Removing the box

November 24, 2017

Photo by Riccardo Annandale on Unsplash I am and have been delivering some training around innovation and continuous improvement. Great area of study but difficult to train people in as it really requires you to start thinking differently. The article is an excellent starter with some good material on some of the innovation tools such as six sigma. […]

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Wake Up Monday

November 20, 2017

Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash How was the weekend? Feeling good and ready for a big productive week? Rating your performance this week as exceptional already. Time to wake up and really understand your abilities. Watch the video below and spend this week re-evaluating your abilities. Can’t see the video – click here

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Leaders and learning

November 13, 2017

Photo by Daniil Silantev on Unsplash I am in Melbourne today training the senior managers at BMW. Below is a good article on leaders and the importance of learning. Read the article here

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