Quote of the day

"“Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there.”"

-John Wooden, Basketball Coach

Member of the NECC

June 2014


Good Grief! by Ian Kinnery

Every change, every improvement, every opportunity to grow also includes a moment of letting go; a letting go of the old, a letting go of what was. Before we start a new day we have to say farewell to the old day. Before we can start a new chapter we have to have finished the old chapter. Before we can take a new breath we have to exhale the old lung full of air. As we become a better person we have to be prepared to let go of the lesser person, in whatever way we care to define that.

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Have you got my number? by Ian Kinnery

I am suggesting that every single aspect of your business will have someone who is accountable for it. Every line on your accounts, every process, every KPI and every behaviour. If that accountability is not formally assigned to someone, and we often call this delegated, it will default to you the business owner, or business leader

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Who Gives A Damn? by Ian Kinnery

We have spoken about the need for every aspect of a business, every line on the accounts and every process to have an owner, to have a single person who is designated to be accountable for that line, that process, that result. If it is not designated to someone, we know that the accountability will naturally default to the business owner / business leader, whose first and most important accountability is leading the business.

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