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The Key Ingredients In Making Change

Change is talked about and written about a lot. Yet as we all know there is a big difference between talking about and actually delivering change. So what in my experience are some of the key ingredients in making any kind of change? Clarity A lot of leaders talk about the need to change. Fewer […]

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Focus Prioritisation Performance and Results

Anyone who works or has worked in the NHS will tell you it is hard work, challenging and rewarding.  Chances are they will also talk about the frustrations of feeling that no matter how hard they run or work, it can feel at times as if they are wading through treacle and getting nowhere fast. […]

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