H4P Blog – New & Featured

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

  • Talk About Your Business Future. March 17, 2016 Jo HaleBusiness Consultants Bristol – Talk About Your Business Future The future is the place where conversations about businesses begin. A place where we form dreams, aspirations, and desires. We can describe the future in many ways; vision, mission, goal, strategic intent. As a leader it is important to be able to be able to articulate the future you ... Read more...
  • Self-directed Teams February 15, 2016 Sara Cottrellself directed teams trainingSelf-directed Teams Developing  – Ideas for Success Working with entrepreneurs in high growth businesses we have seen a shift away from traditional command and control type structures with a ‘hero’ leader (usually the owner) to a flatter businesses where teams are self-managed and leadership is dispersed. As the business ‘grows up’ to become high performing and successful ... Read more...
  • Culture of Accountability February 15, 2016 Sara Cottrellculture of accountability8 STEPS TO CREATING A CULTURE OF ACCOUNTABILITY Isn’t it great when you have an employee who goes above and beyond? They take responsibility; show initiative and ownership for their projects, processes and problems. H4P offer personal team coaching as well as organisation change projects. For more details of our business consultancy service please telephone 0117 230 ... Read more...
  • 5 Reasons Strategic Plans Fail February 12, 2016 Jo HaleStrategic Planning Consultants5 reasons strategic plans fail by H4P We are already into February and your plans will be well underway. But even with the best of intentions and many sessions building and refocusing your strategic plan many businesses will fail on their strategy by the end of the first quarter. In the recent Chartered Institute Of Management Future Forecast ... Read more...
  • 5 Tips For Making Your Business Entrepreneurial January 27, 2016 Jo HaleCrossing the winning line - entrepreneurial business Every business starts out with an entrepreneurial spirit. If you are growing quickly or if you are a business that has been growing. Sometimes the entrepreneurial spirit can disappear. The challenge is maintaining it when growing fast or creating the entrepreneurial spirit within a business that has slowed down. I have been lucky enough to observe ... Read more...

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