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Brand You - 8 Tips

  • 20 April 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Brand You - 8 Tips

We are definitely in the IT revolution right now.  Everywhere you look, there is a new tech initiative launching, a new tech start-up on the front page of the newspaper, an invention to save you time and a blogger using IT to tell you the latest and greatest in your industry and yes, they are all useful.  In amongst all this ‘gadgetry’, I think a great opportunity exists right now for you to brand and profile yourself!  To stand out and attract the people you want and to be a positive influence on others, there are eight tips to help …     

8 Tips for Getting the Most from Your Leadership Program Experience

  • 24 March 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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8 Tips for Getting the Most from Your Leadership Program Experience

Have you just completed a leadership development program?  If you have then read on as there are some things you can do now that will maximise your leadership outcomes.  You will have invested a lot to complete a leadership program.  It takes time away from home / your business, money, replacement of staff, missing family events and of course the cost of the leadership program itself.  Turning up and participating in a leadership program is not enough!  It is what you do after the experience that will really add to your knowledge and skill development and hence the opportunities, impact and the outcomes for yourself, your family, your business, your community and / or your industry. Some researchers go as far as saying that you can achieve 50+% more after a program if you take the time and energy to put in place 'integration' strategies.  Over many years of facilitating programs, I have observed participants 'return to the way things were' after a program while others from exactly the same program seem to find their 'leadership wings' and fly. I think it is what participants do after a program that makes the difference.  Here are 8 tips to get the most from your recent leadership development program.             

2017 Year in Review

  • 29 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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2017 Year in Review

I want to share a key activity we do here at RuralScope each and every January.  It's a simple one and is great for team building as all staff can participate.  But the best part of all is that it cleans the slate ready to bring in new things for the year ahead. We call it CLEANSWEEP.  We grab our diaries and go through each month identifying key things we did / achieved / mucked up etc etc for each month.  And through this process we jot down the highlights as we go.  And we also acknowledge things that didn't go to plan and let them go.  It is a fabulous time for each of us to reflect, review, acknowledge, let go and celebrate.  One thing I know for sure is that it creates pride and allows each of us the time to re-calibrate for the year ahead.  We have just completed our CLEANSWEEP, here's what we found.....                         

10 New Year Wellbeing Tips

  • 21 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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10 New Year Wellbeing Tips

I am always bombarded with an array of workshop, webinar, teleseminar and conference offers at the beginning of the year. Most of them are about learning the business secrets to increasing cash flow, improving marketing, setting up a to die for business plan, getting your head around how to use social media for your business etc etc.... the list is actually endless.  And yep, each new year, I get caught up in the "I really should attend / participate..." mentality and then when I don't make the effort feel pretty lousy! This year, I did something different.......           

New Year Tips for Rural Australia

  • 10 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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New Year Tips for Rural Australia

When is your "New Year"? 
You need to work out when your "New Year" is.  If you listen / read all the hype around January each year it's definitely January! However, our recent Twitter discussion highlighted, it is not January for all.  It can be seasonal.  In fact you may have a few "New Years" in one calendar year. The best thing is to find your "New Year".  I reckon this might be a pretty challenging concept to fully sink in, but from what our Twitter followers tell us it makes perfect sense for rural Australia and I'm not going to argue with them. 
Key tips for your "New Year".
And the result of our Twitter discussion is a whole list of real life / real time tips from real people!  The beauty here is that these tips work for a new year, a new season, a project, a goal or a change that you want to make.  It's all about consciously setting your plan/s in place.  Hoping these tips might help. And a special thanks for all who shared them, you will see who they are in the article. Lets find out what they are....            

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