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Talent Dynamics RSS Feed Blog Archive: May 2012

Michelle’s May news

First off, a big warm welcome to our newly accredited Consultants in the UK from the recent April workshop!

We’ve loaded some new videos to our You tube channel this month which you might like to check out. Some short, snappy insights into Value and Leverage and The Company Structure in a New Context!

Michelle ClarkeWe’re looking to launch a new style of newsletter next month and we want your input. Not a big change in terms of content/look, as we regularly receive feedback from you that you enjoy the profile specific blogs and company news but more about frequency and length of content.

Instead of one long newsletter each month with several blogs on, we will produce communication more frequently for you but much punchier. Please look out for a link next week where you can share your feedback with us. It will only take 5 mins just to tell us about what you do/don’t want to see in it.

By the time you then see our first ‘new style newsletter’ in June, I’ll have celebrated a major milestone birthday (enough said!) with my friends and family and I’ll be enjoying an indulgent holiday doing something I’ve wanted to do for years – Ranching!

Till then – Have a fabulously Flow filled month ahead!

Michelle

 


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BIBA finalists 2012!

We’re delighted to share with you that out of 1000′s of businesses from across the North West, again, Talent Dynamics has made it through to the finals of the coveted BIBA awards! We will find out in August if we have made it all the way at the grand event in the 2 categories for New Business and Export Achievement Award.

BIBA finalists announced

 

 

 


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Una’s spotlight: Reduce Red Tape

We often hear in the news of calls to reduce government red tape and probably deservedly so! (See James Caan on the case: https://realbusiness.co.uk/news/james-caan-declares-war-on-red-tape) But have you considered the potential red tape in your own organisation?

It is so easy to carry on doing things the way that they’ve always been done without ever stopping to consider if that’s really necessary or even desirable.

When is the last time – if ever – you did an audit of your systems, processes and procedures? What about asking your teams to delete X many forms or procedures? Perhaps they could consolidate or shorten them even if they can’t get rid of them altogether.

The best place to start is with your customers. What do they complain about? Why might they leave your company for your competitors? If you don’t deal directly with your organisation’s customers, who are your internal customers?

Ask them what’s the one thing that they’d like to change about dealing with your team?

This is a really simple way to begin to eliminate the bureaucracy that creeps in as organisations grow and age.

It can help you to focus on what’s the real value that you offer and to clear away the clutter that stops people getting to that true value.

Imagine the results you could gain? Hours saved, happier customers and even happier staff.

Has each member of your team figured out what you could do with that extra time that really adds more value? If each team member did what they did best then performance can really flow, creating a virtual cycle of achievement and satisfaction.

All from looking to reduce red tape. You never know where it will lead…

 


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