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Business Process Management

[fa icon="calendar'] 29-Mar-2016 21:26:51 / by Martin Sawyer

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Business process management is just one part of the operations management coaching that Vision2Results provides. We focus on improving your corporate performance by managing and optimising your company's business processes. This can also be described as a "process optimization process." Our Business Process Management training enables organisations to be more efficient, more effective and more capable of change than a functionally focused, traditional hierarchical management approach. These processes can directly impact the cost and revenue generation of your organisation.

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Unlocking People's Potential

[fa icon="calendar'] 28-Mar-2016 11:18:52 / by Martin Sawyer posted in unlocking people's potential

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What percentage of the talent and potential of your people are you using in your organisation?  Unlocking People's Potential.

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Inner Persona Application In The Business

[fa icon="calendar'] 28-Mar-2016 00:06:14 / by Martin Sawyer posted in Inner Persona Application In The Business

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Inner Person, Competencies and Your Business World

[fa icon="calendar'] 27-Mar-2016 22:42:22 / by Martin Sawyer posted in Inner person

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The art of constructive challenge in Transformative Work

[fa icon="calendar'] 13-Mar-2016 21:24:34 / by Martin Sawyer posted in Constructive Challenge

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The Art of Constructive Challenge of Presence in Transformative Work

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Employee turnover risk management

[fa icon="calendar'] 10-Mar-2016 02:25:00 / by Martin Sawyer

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In my own management career I remember well when I first attended a training course on employee turnover risk managementand the impact it had on me. To give some context to this - I was a pretty good manager in many ways, I worked well with people, I was able to be both ‘hard’ and ‘soft’, to look for results while also being open to what the people who worked for me needed, to hold them accountable, to connect them to some sense of common purpose and how that connected with their work, goals and metrics. I was able to hold it together when things went wrong, as they often did, and to role model what I was asking from my people. The result of all of that was that people were typically motivated, were challenged, performed well and the culture contained qualities of plenty of energy, fun, trust and respect.

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