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How Good Do You Need To Be To Get To Where You Need To Go?

– By  Jeremy Thorn Good businesses need great people. Yet no-one ever came close to being ‘the finished article’ without investing in professional development throughout their career.  And since most businesses are only as good as their leaders, doesn’t it make sense to start where it counts most, at the top?  After all, if you […]

Slow Down to Take Control

– By  Chris Merrington Do you sometimes feel you have less and less time to do more and more? Do you start the day with an ever-longer to-do list and wondering how you will manage it all?  Do you strive for perfection when sometimes ‘good enough’ would be sufficient? Are you drowning in a tide […]

High Performance Employees Need High Performance Management

– By Andre A. de Waal A High Performance Organisation (HPO) is one that achieves financial and non-financial results that are markedly better than those of its peer group over a sustained period of time, by focusing in a disciplined way on that what really matters to that company. A key component of attaining this […]

The Art of Performance Leadership: Tropicana Case Study

For Academy Chairman Gordon Bromley, who chairs two Academy groups in Surrey and South West London, performance improvement is a way of life. His background in leading food and beverage businesses in corporate giants like PepsiCo, Seagram Plc, United Biscuits and Tropicana have put him at the cutting edge of creating sustained excellence. In particular, […]