H4P Blog – New & Featured

Here you will find most recent blog entries, along with any which are particularly pertinent right now:

  • Death of the Manager December 27, 2016 Sara Cottrellremoving a layer of managementThe ‘death’ of the manager as businesses flatten structures As businesses grow and develop most add in layers of management. Those who start out on the ‘front line’ move up the ladder into management roles. Teams grow; hierarchical structures take power and responsibility away from those who are face to face with customers. Managers move further ... Read more...
  • Leadership in a flat structure December 23, 2016 Sara CottrellLeadership in a flat structureThe world is flat – Leadership in a flat structure Collaborative working, agile decision-making, clear communication frameworks, and innovation through continuous improvements. For some time now, the predominant trend in the businesses we work with has been towards flat and lean structures. Many owners want to build on the energy of the early days in a start-up ... Read more...
  • Onboarding Team Members December 21, 2016 Sara Cottrellnew staff inductionIdeas for onboarding your new talented team member You’ve recruited an amazing new member for your team. It was hard work finding the right person, now it’s important to keep them engaged and motivated. In growing businesses, one of the biggest challenges is keeping pace with the number of new people you need to meet you ... Read more...
  • Merry Christmas From H4P December 21, 2016 Sara CottrellMerry Christmas from H4PMerry Christmas From Head4Performance Jo and Sara would like to wish all clients of H4P a “Merry Christmas” and we look forward to helping 2017 being a very prosperous “New Year”. Read more...
  • Grow As A Leader December 16, 2016 Sara CottrellSmall business leadersGrow as a leader – invest in you At Head4Performance much of our work is executive coaching to support owners and leaders in enterprise sized business. They all have stories to tell about finding their way, micromanaging, damaging team morale, and losing an amazing employee because they hadn’t paid enough time and attention to developing their leadership ... Read more...

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