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MASTER YOUR AMBITION! 

 Work Engagement Consultant ● Speaker ● Trainer

Workshops

Mastering Ambition

People are often disconnected from their work because they have no context for why they work. Your personal ambition is what gets you up in the morning. What's yours?


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SPEAKING for RESULTS!

Most speakers range from boring to good one-trick ponies. That means opportunity for you to stand out with a unique adaptable speaking style.

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Managing Commitments

Everyone needs help and commitment is the technology we depend on to get stuff done. Amazingly very few people and organisations have effective practices to manage their commitments.  

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Unleashing Team Potential

Most teams only achieve a fraction of their potential because the average team member was never taught how to sustainably coordinate action to fulfil team purposes.

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From the blog

My blog posts are about reflections on business, career and personal life.

"How do you get to Carnegie Hall?"  Practice, practice, practice.  Life is all about practice not perfection.

Recent Articles

Do you give confronting feedback?

Do you give confronting feedback?

Recently my girlfriend gave me feedback on my writing, and it didn’t go well. Just about everything that we knew about what to do, or not do when giving feedback went wrong, and I felt personally attacked.  Funny thing is that we are both trained and experienced in giving and receiving feedback. But it went […]

The investment stock metaphor for your integrity

The investment stock metaphor for your integrity

Perhaps an investment stock is a great metaphor for your integrity—one day up, the next day down and over time trending in one direction, and then another.  People buy the stocks consistently trending up, and sell the ones trending down.  They do the same with you based on the trend of your integrity. Your integrity—as […]

Do you care who you disrespect?

Do you care who you disrespect?

Everyone is disrespectful. Some more than others. Most are unintentionally disrespectful, some intentionally. These last are usually powerful people whose disrespect is tolerated or perversely, even appreciated. But grand examples of disrespectful leaders like Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, don’t drive the small, and sometimes grossly, ...

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Featured Articles

What does it mean to do your best?

What does it mean to do your best?

Seems like an odd question to ask. The answer is, well … do your best; give it everything you’ve got. What does that mean, everything you’ve got? I hear people say they gave it 100%, and others say that they gave 200%. Hmmm. Makes me wonder if they have any idea what percentages mean. All […]

Do You Know the Costs of NOT Managing your Commitments?

Do You Know the Costs of NOT Managing your Commitments?

In the quest to improve performance we’ve gone through several useful philosophies about what to manage, specifically we’ve been told to practice managing: time people projects energy These are all valuable management philosophies but they don’t acknowledge the most fundamental practice: the practice of managing commitments. ...

Do you acknowledge people for “just” doing their jobs?

Do you acknowledge people for “just” doing their jobs?

Do you think you should acknowledge people for just doing their jobs; for just doing what they’re supposed to? Many people would say, “No, of course not!  They’re doing the absolute minimum required and it’s only service or results over and above the norm that should be acknowledged or rewarded.” If you think this way, please […]