At Aspirin, we really love Motivational Maps and training wonderful people to use the maps in their business and with their clients.
Susannah Brade-Waring has been awarded ‘Accredited Mindshop Facilitator’ (AMSF) status by Mindshop.
Susannah joins an elite international group of business advisors who have completed the courses and requirements to be recognised as an AMSF.
Dorset based Aspirin Business continues to go from strength to strength adding to their 30-strong network of Motivational Map Practitioners across the UK.
The Lucid Group, based in Birmingham, became the latest organisation to be accredited in using Motivational Maps. Lucid help clients in areas such as change management, strategic planning, marketing & sales improvement.
‘Lazy’, ‘selfish’, ‘demanding’ – all labels attributed to Millennials.
Millennials will form 75% of our workforce in just 8 years’ time, accordingly to Deloitte. ‘Managing Millennials’ was rated the number 1 ‘Must Have’ capability for business leaders in 2017, in a survey conducted by Mindshop. However, many managers feel at a loss to understand how to get the best from them without constant attention, and to truly engage them in their organisations.
ASPIRIN BUSINESS LEADERS ACADEMY – ‘Leading Through Digital Disruption’
Aspirin Business Leaders Academies are held quarterly and are great times of learning, challenge and connectivity for our clients.
Don’t accept excuses for poor performance. Most activities can be broken down to understand what’s working well & what’s not, and finding ways to improve that. But most people don’t do this analysis, and usually because they’re not used to taking ownership of their performance and feelings. Read more
The truth is we are all motivated by what matters most to us, and our choice of career and our performance are driven by this. Read more
In a competitive world where customers are at a premium, surely our highest priority is to get as many as we can..or is it? What if one or some of your customers don’t fit with your business ethos and/or values? What if, in real terms, they cost you more in time & effort than the financial return……would you have the bravery to walk away? Read more
If we believe that people have strengths, then they must have weaknesses. Sounds obvious – but it’s difficult for some leaders & managers to embrace. The result? A disproportionate amount of time is spent covering up and trying to improve weaknesses, and frustration levels skyrocket. Read more
Time and again we hear from business leaders the cry of “They are indispensable to this organisation” and then in the next breath “Why won’t they just do what they’re supposed to do?!” reflecting both the joys and frustrations of dealing with people. Read more