The right way to start a new role

Starting in a new role gives you  unique window on a business.  For a short time, you see the opportunities and challenges through an untainted window.  With fresh eyes, it often feels easier to Know what you need to do and where you need to start.  It’s very easy to miss this golden opportunity in… Continue reading The right way to start a new role

Stress – managing nervous system response

Whether you’re changing your job, attending a tricky meeting or presenting to a large group of people, that feeling of sweaty palms, thumping heart in your chest and throbbing headache are all signs that you are becoming stressed.  Any event in life will rarely cause us to be stressed, but combined with other decisions you… Continue reading Stress – managing nervous system response

5 observations when moving from a corporate to a start-up

I’ve spent a lot of my career working in newly formed and start-up businesses, and I have a real passion for being part of something new & exciting. However, for the last 3 years, I headed back to the corporate world to prove to myself that the skills I used in start-ups were fully transferable… Continue reading 5 observations when moving from a corporate to a start-up

The Sales – Customer Success Dynamic, and 5 ways to fix it!

When I started my career, many moons ago, I was in sales.  I had a bolshy boss from London who typified the late 90s in attitude and behaviour.  His approach was to get the deal done, then let others sort out any issues.  My next job was in customer service, dealing with unhappy customers and… Continue reading The Sales – Customer Success Dynamic, and 5 ways to fix it!