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.
Have you ever considered how your business would run without you?
People often ‘joke’ how their work would be much easier without their bosses (or customers). But the reality is the business would soon founder without the direction the Senior Team provide. Read more
The Business Leader of the Future – Do you Have what it Takes to Succeed?
World strategy guru and author, Gary Hamel in his best-selling book ‘The Future of Management’ points out that traditional ways of managing a business are coming to an end. To quote him directly:
New problems demand new principles. Put bluntly, there’s simply no way to build tomorrow’s essential organizational capabilities—resilience, innovation and employee engagement—atop the scaffolding of 20th century management principles.
You’ll know when you’ve created a motivated and engaged team when it feels like a great place to work, when it’s easy to attract and retain talent and when you create profitable growth consistently.
28th September 2017
9am for a 9.30am Start, finishing at 4.30pm
Venue: Hamworthy Club, Magna Rd, Canford Magna, Bournemouth, Wimborne BH21 3AP
Aspirin Business has been awarded the prestigious ‘Rising Star of 2017’ by Mindshop, which supports a global network of over 1,000 leading business advisors.
This prestigious award was received by Susannah Brade-Waring, Managing Director of Aspirin Business at the annual UK Mindshop Conference. It is awarded by Mindshop to a stand out business leader that has demonstrated excellence in business advisory, value to others and financial success leveraged with the effective use of Mindshop.
Increasing productivity was the focus of our latest Business Leaders’ Academy, including the use of technology and automation.
2 years ago I mapped out the specific training Leaders and Managers need. Then I took a deep breath … Assuming we have the expertise to design each course, we’d then have to create the course and the materials, market and sell the courses and GET EVERYONE IN THE ROOM AT THE SAME TIME.
A key difference between leaders and managers is their FOCUS.
Managers need to focus on getting activities done through their team, whilst leaders focus on providing direction, resources and connections.
The most successful business leaders ‘sniff out’ the trends – the forthcoming opportunities and challenges, to get ahead in their market. Read more