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Clarity Comes before Confidence

9 Tips for your Everyday

  • 16 June 2019
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Clarity Comes before Confidence

Clarity comes before confidence is a simple concept.  Try putting it into practise and you will find that it's not as easy as it first sounds.  Master the simplicity of it and you will be well on your way to building success in both your work and personal lives. Clarity is all about being coherent, understanding and planning what you want to say before you say it. Knowing what your vision is and then taking the steps to get there.  Being clear about who you are and what is important to you, your team, your business, your project etc, means that you will be able to say no to opportunities that present but don't fit with your direction.  This is a deal maker as so many people talk with me about being over loaded and not even having enough time for themselves.  If you are clear about your focus, vision or future then you will have the confidence to say no and to put in place the actions and steps that really matter. Here are 9 tips to help....


The RuralScope Story 2/20

It All Started with Dairy

  • 29 May 2019
  • Author: Jo Eady
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The RuralScope Story 2/20

We are so excited here at RuralScope.  We turn 20 years old in 2020.  We are celebrating by sharing 20 stories across 20 months.  These will include highlights, lowlights and learnings.  A unique insight into our development - personal and business for you.  Our aim is to share learnings to support others who live and work across rural Australia.   

 

This is our second story in the series and its all about the very first project in dairy industry and we have never looked back.

 

Two months after starting out in business, I saw an advertisement in the Brisbane newspaper, The Courier Mail.  It was for a Project Coordinator for a dairy industry project.  It was a large feature ad for someone qualified and experienced in project management with experience in the agricultural sector.  Self doubt crept in.  I didn't think I'd get a look in as my experience was in large scale education not agricultural projects. I gave myself a talking to and decided to give it a go!  I hoped being raised on a dairy farm and being involved in a family farming business might count for something.

The RuralScope Story 1 / 20

Leaving a Secure Job to Start a Business

  • 29 May 2019
  • Author: Jo Eady
  • Number of views: 87
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The RuralScope Story 1 / 20

We are so excited here at RuralScope.  We turn 20 years old in 2020.  We are celebrating by sharing 20 stories across 20 months.  These will include highlights, lowlights and learnings.  A unique insight into our development - personal and business for you.  Our aim is to share learnings to support others who live and work across rural Australia.   

 

This is our very first story in the series and its all about how I left a secure executive role in TAFE Queensland to follow my heart and start a people development business for Australian agriculture.    

10 Point Checklist - Difficult Conversations

  • 8 September 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Do you put off having difficult conversations - at work and at home?  If you do, read on as there is a lot more to mastering difficult conversations than you think.  It's not good enough to have a 'chat' and think you have dealt with 'it'. You need to get your head around what to do before, during and after the conversation.  I recently listened to Rachael Robertson as she shared some leadership tips and tools from her time managing a team to the Antarctic.  I was taken by her authentic and practical style.  But what really clinched the deal for me was how much she cared for her people, her team, her colleagues; and ultimately on a year long expedition to Antarctica, her friends.  Check her out at www.rachaelrobertson.com For now, I want to share her 10 points to having successful difficult conversations.  Give them a go and see how much of a difference it makes.....    

One Minute Manager

  • 29 August 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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One Minute Manager

Our Director, Jo Eady, was recently invited to be an after dinner speaker at a number of Crop Consultant Australia (CCA) forums across Australia.  With the topic of People and Personalities - Making the Most of Your Business Relationships, a challenge was to make the session relevant, timely and practical so that those who attended could take away some here and now tips and tools to use in their business and with their clients.  In addition to the MBTI refresher workshop, Jo also facilitated a session of wisdom sharing where she asked the audience to think about something they do in their business that is key to its success.  There was no shortage of tips. And Jo shared the wisdom of the One Minute Manager. Read here about One Minute Goals, One Minute Praisings and One Minute Re-directs.           

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