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Lead and they will follow …

Leaders are people who do the right thing; managers are people who do things right. So what are the characteristics of a good leader, what traits make a person a leader and not just another manager?

What makes for effective leadership? Or are you just another manager?

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According to the idea of transformational leadership, an effective leader is a person who:

  • Creates an inspiring vision of the future

  • Motivates and inspires people to engage with that vision

  • Manages delivery of the vision

  • Coaches and builds a team, so that it is more effective at achieving the vision

Leadership can be hard to define, and it means different things to different people. In the transformational leadership model, leaders set direction and help themselves and others to do the right thing to move forward.

To do this, they create an inspiring vision, and then motivate and inspire others to reach that vision. They also manage the delivery of the vision, either directly or indirectly, and build and coach their teams to make them ever stronger.

 

“My question to you: what can you do differently to become a good leader? Someone others want to follow?”

 

There is so much written about how to be a successful leader, and it’s hard to know exactly where to start. Here are my top 10 tips on what you can do to be a better leader:

  1. Think positively – provide a compelling vision for the future of your business in a manner that inspires the people you are leading. Set the tone for the appropriate behaviour you would expect of your team and where necessary introduce guidelines. Of course the better you are at demonstrating these traits the better your team will be.

  2. Exhibit confidence – not to be confused with arrogance or self-gratification. Ideally you would like your team to look up to you for inspiration and guidance. Take on a calm and poised manner those around you are far more likely to act in this manner and the self-esteem of the team will be raised.

  3. Be emotionally aware – have high ethical and moral standards. In all businesses you are dealing with people and this is more than likely the most costly part of your business and the most important asset you have. Wise leaders are very aware of emotions and strive to be sensitive of others. Learn more about emotional intelligence and how people interact and how you can improve this in your business.

  4. Challenge your staff – to prevent complacency and boredom. People quickly become dissatisfied if they are continuously performing the same tasks and projects. It is important to provide goals and objectives that you can demonstrate your commitment to and how much you value their contribution. Rewarding their creativity and contribution will help to develop them to their full potential and increase productivity.

  5. Manage failures – and provide a safe environment for trial and error. No matter how hard you try, mistakes and failure will always happen. The important thing is to understand this, be prepared and know how to deal with it. Always remain calm and think in a logical manner, consider the situation thoroughly and the resources available to you before taking any remedial action. Creating a calm environment in your business will assist your team in finding the best solution to any problems or setbacks they are faced with.

  6. Listen – give feedback and practice effective communication. In leading a team it is extremely important that they are confident in openly discussing workplace issues with you, give them your time and keep confidentialities. Communicate clearly and honestly with the people around you, listening and interpreting properly what they have to say whilst ensuring that they fully understand your expectations. This will keep any misunderstandings to a minimum.

  7. Encourage the people around you – encourage creativity and innovation, committing to others and their continuous training. Sometimes it is difficult to let other take the initiative, but if you can embrace and empower others to take their ideas to the next level, providing constructive advice and support, you can reap the benefits of deeper commitment enhanced problem-solving abilities and increased productivity.

  8. Delegate – understand how and when to delegate and clearly communicate expectations. No matter how much you would like to, it is not actually possible for your to do everything yourself. Even if this were possible it would not be appropriate in a team environment. In order to delegate you will need to fully understand the skills and competencies of each team member and be mindful to ensure that they feel appreciated and trusted. It is important to recognise that delegation allows you to demonstrate your confidence in your teams and results in higher morale in the business.

  9. Manage performance – any leader knows how important it is to develop the skills of those around them by setting clear and concise expectations in a formal manner. When everyone knows exactly what is expected of them, there is little room for uncertainty and any performance issues can be dealt with quickly. Managing the performance of your team and committing to continuous growth will result in increased productivity and profitability.

  10. Find a business mentor – there is always more to learn and it is important that you create this opportunity for yourself. Find a trusted person with whom you are able to discuss all aspects of your business, someone who will question the status quo and assist you in making an informed decision to enable to grow a successful business.

Choose to lead and be the person others want to follow. Live your values and beliefs and set the pace through your own actions and expectations, and you will become an awesome leader.

 

“Would you like to know more?”

 

If anything I’ve said resonates with you and you’d like to find out more about leadership then do give me a call on 01280 700405 or click here to send me an email enquiry and let’s see how I can help you.

Until next time …

KATH BONNER-DUNHAM

 

PS:

If you’re looking for a partner to help grow your business, visit www.4pbusinessdevelopment.co.uk to discover how 4P Business Development can help you!

For successful delegation …

The authority, responsibility and accountability for the task changes hands when a manager, or superior employee, delegates a task down the hierarchy …

Authority, responsibility and accountability are 3 key terms in the process of delegation!

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Prior to delegating any task, it is essential to understand how delegation is affected by your ability to manage your employees. You must have the ability to delegate the authority, responsibility and accountability.

 

“Always choose the most suitable employee with the skills and competencies to fulfil the requirements!”

 

There is often some confusion over the difference between these three terms that are essential for successful delegation. Here’s a brief explanation of each:

  • Authority always flow downwards. It is the power given to a manager or leader to act and make decisions within designated boundaries and achieve organisational objectives.

    Ordinarily, the authority is shared between the manager and the person receiving the delegation. An organisation cannot exist successfully without authority.

    It is expected that this individual will exercise the full scope of his authority to properly, profitably, and professionally manage the task. Without authority, a manager ceases to be a manager, it indicates the right and power of making decisions, giving orders and instructions to subordinates.

    Stress comes from doing it all on your own so delegate … and give the authority to a trusted employee.

  • Responsibility refers to the act of carrying out the specific task, an obligation upon people deemed as responsible. When delegating a task, the manager and person receiving the delegation share the responsibility of completing the work.

    The term ‘responsibility’ is often referred to as “an obligation to perform a particular task assigned to a subordinate. In an organisation, responsibility is the duty as per the guidelines issued”.

    When delegating a task, both the manager and the person receiving the delegation share the responsibility of completing the work. The manager has the responsibility of providing instructions on what work needs to be done, while the person receiving the delegation is responsible for figuring out how the task should be completed.

    Therefore, a leader is responsible and has responsibility for the operation for which they have been given authority. The essence of responsibility is the obligation of a subordinate to perform the duty assigned.

    • It always originates from the superior-subordinate relationship

    • Responsibility is in the form of a continuing obligation

    • The person accepting responsibility is accountable for the performance of assigned duties

    Usually, authority flows downwards whereas accountability flow upwards.

  • Accountability always flows upwards; it is the act of being liable for actions and decisions. Accountability is the obligation of an individual to report formally to his superior about the work he has done to discharge the responsibility, and every employee should be held accountable for jobs assigned to them and be able to complete that job as per the standards set by the superior.

    During delegation of a task, the accountability of the task transfers from the manager to the person receiving the delegation and actually completing the work. It is the answerability for the performance of the assigned duties and any positive or negative consequences associated with their performance are ultimately their responsibility.

    When delegating, authority, responsibility and accountability are all interrelated. A manager is responsible for all actions of employees under his leadership even if there are a number of layers in the organisation.

    Accountability means that the subordinate should explain any factors that are responsible for poor or lack of performance, however, the manager is ultimately responsible for the overall performance of the employee.

Authority, responsibility and accountability are 3 key terms in the process of delegation, and if you would like to know more then do give me a call on 01280 700405 or click here to ping me an email and let’s see how I can help you.

Until next time …

KATH BONNER-DUNHAM

 

PS:

If you’re looking for a partner to help grow your business, visit www.4pbusinessdevelopment.co.uk to discover how 4P Business Development can help you!

Do great things, make an impact; delegate …

Have you ever asked yourself the question: why do so many business owners and managers fail at successful delegation? Have you fallen into that trap yourself?

Learn successful delegation by following my top 10 steps!

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All too often managers struggle to let go of client work or basic tasks and successfully delegate it to their staff.

While on the surface it may appear to be easier to do it yourself than to take the time to explain what you require together with the expected outcomes to someone else, there are two fundamental reasons why, in the longer term, it is better to delegate.

  1. It is probable that your skills are better deployed developing the business strategy and leading the business. By carrying out the task yourself, you’re failing to make the best use of your time.

  2. By involving other people in the tasks, you will be developing those people’s skills and abilities so that the next time a similar task is required, you will be able to delegate with a degree of confidence.

Are you limiting your success by failing to master the art of delegation? Are you taking care of the high-value work that only you can do such as:

  • Defining your business goals and positioning,

  • Networking and meeting with prospective referral partners and collaborators,

  • Negotiating the next highly profitable deal,

  • Public speaking on behalf of your business and raising the profile,

  • Defining your long-term business strategy.

Ideally, you should then be delegating all the other tasks, apart from a few carefully chosen activities that you find especially rewarding in other ways.

For successful delegation, you should be considering my top 10 steps, before, and during, every delegation process. You should then find that you delegate more effectively and successfully, providing you with more time to dedicate to working on the business.

Here they are:

  1. Define the task, spelling out exactly what it is that needs to be done.

  2. Select the correct person to carry out the job, someone with passion and is willing to take on such tasks.

  3. Assess the skills and attributes of the chosen individual and ascertain if any training is required.

  4. Clearly articulate the desired outcome; begin with the end in mind and specify the desired results.

  5. Identify boundaries and be explicit as to the lines of authority, responsibility and accountability.

  6. Be sure to match the level of responsibility with the level of authority. You will need to understand that you can delegate some responsibility, however, you can’t delegate the ultimate accountability.

  7. Ensure that adequate support is provided at all times and be available to answer questions.

  8. Agree and set the timescales and any constraints.

  9. Facilitate trust and focus on results. It is important for you to remember that your way is not necessarily the only or even the best way. Allow the person to control his or her own methods and processes.

  10. Build motivation and commitment. Enable the individual to identify future opportunities, and enable recognition where deserved.

Surround yourself with the best people you can find, delegate authority, and don’t interfere as long as the policies that you’ve decided upon are being carried out with the desired outcomes.

 

“Delegate, empower your team, increase productivity and get things done right!”

 

To learn more about successful delegation and how to empower your team, call me on 01280 700405 or click here to ping me an email and let’s see how I can help you.

Until next time …

KATH BONNER-DUNHAM

 

PS:

If you’re looking for a partner to help grow your business, visit www.4pbusinessdevelopment.co.uk to discover how 4P Business Development can help you!

And how you can fix it …

It’s quite common for people to confuse the difference between a marketing strategy and a marketing plan. All too often, businesses begin marketing without any clear strategy. Then they wonder why they are not achieving the results they expect …

A marketing strategy is a business’ overall game plan!

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  • Your marketing strategy consists of:

    The “what” has to be done. Inform clients about the product or service being offered. Inform clients of differentiation factors.

  • Your marketing plan consists of:

    The “how” to do it. Construct marketing campaigns and promotions that will achieve the “what” in your strategy.

Before you begin any marketing whatsoever, it is imperative that you consider all the steps in creating a robust marketing strategy. Furthermore, you must avoid the 7 top reasons your marketing strategy will fail:

  1. Total lack of a robust marketing strategy

  2. Marketing strategy misaligned with business strategy

  3. Relying on tactics instead of strategies

  4. Having the same strategy as your competition

  5. Failure to meet the explicit needs of your target market

  6. Failure of identifying the correct media channels to communicate effectively

  7. Lack of budget and resources

Having a robust marketing strategy in place helps to ensure that your marketing activities remain aligned with your business goals. This maximizes the business return from your marketing efforts.

Here’s my 17 step marketing strategy framework that is guaranteed to deliver a robust marketing strategy for your business:

  1. Business Definition – Outline the key definition of the business

  2. Business Goals and Objectives – List all S.M.A.R.T. business goals and objectives

  3. Strategic Marketing Goals and Objectives – List all S.M.A.R.T. marketing goals & objectives

  4. Core Products – List all core products including those provided by a third party that add value

  5. Competitors – Consider both direct and indirect

  6. F.A.B – consider all Features Advantages & Benefits

  7. Unique Selling Proposition – Identify what is totally unique about your offering

  8. Profile of Target Market & Clients – Identify your target market, the perfect client that you would ideally like to attract, where are they and what do they look like

  9. Models – Carry out an in-depth SWOT, TOWS and PESTLE analysis

  10. Brand Message – Identify the key brand messages

  11. Price – Nail down your price point, fixed costs vs variable, considering market trends etc

  12. Media Channels – decide what channels are you going to use to reach your target market

  13. Marketing Plan (Tactical) to achieve Marketing Strategy – Spreadsheet to identify every marketing activity by month with marketing message

  14. Budget – ensure sufficient budget has been allocated to execute your strategy and achieve expected outcomes

  15. Responsibilities and accountability – decide who does what and Identify the very best person to deliver each aspect of marketing plan

  16. Resources – ensure that you have allocated sufficient resources to deliver your plan

  17. Measure and review – put robust processes in place to enable to measure your R.O.I

For help in developing a marketing strategy, or for information on our Marketing Strategy Workshops, do call me on 01280 700405 or click here to ping over an email and let’s see how I can help.

Until next time …

KATH BONNER-DUNHAM

 

PS:

If you’re looking for a partner to help grow your business, visit www.4pbusinessdevelopment.co.uk to discover how 4P Business Development can help you!

If not, you could be losing business …

Are you using one of the numerous personal or free email addresses rather than getting yourself a branded company domain for your website and emails?

If your clients don’t perceive you as professional, you may be losing business!

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Virtually every day, I see businesses promoting their products and services through adverts, websites and digital marketing and it amazes me just how many do not have a professional business email address.

Even more unbelievable is those that have gone to the trouble to purchase a domain name, build a website and still use a personal free email address!

What does this actually say about you and your business? Well, the word ‘unprofessional’ is defined as “below or contrary to the standards expected in a particular profession”.

Customers expect your business to have a domain name and a website. An email address like sales@domainname.co.uk tells your potential clients that you’re serious about your business. One called unprofessional@hotmail.com does not.

Furthermore, when you own your domain name, you are no longer tied to an email service provider or an ISP. Should you use a free address for your business, you are bound to them and cannot change email service providers or use additional services, such as encryption, that the free services do not offer.

A professional branded email address with a .co.uk or .com domain name can help build credibility and branding. Get a professional domain name the same as your company name and then you will:

  • Raise visibility and perception of your professionalism

  • Extend your branding

  • Create simplicity, enabling clients to remember your details

  • Enable scalability and allow more than one address within the domain

  • Take ownership and enables transfer between providers

  • Enable full control over all emails

Domain names and email addresses are not something any business owner should compromise on. Create a great first impression and make your contact details memorable and appropriate, not embarrassing and unprofessional.

 

“Would you like to know more?”

 

If you’d like to get a domain name registered and have your email setup (and maybe a nice website designed to boot), I can recommend people from my trusted partner list. You can call me on

01280 700405 or click here to ping over an email and let’s see how I can help.

Until next time …

KATH BONNER-DUNHAM

 

PS:

If you’re looking for a partner to help grow your business, visit www.4pbusinessdevelopment.co.uk to discover how 4P Business Development can help you!

What our clients say

“Kath is just a person you need to know! She can help you on many levels and she helped me as a Mentor and the results were fabulous!”

Raine Hilson
Banbury-Cross.co.uk

2017-07-16T23:48:54+00:00

Raine Hilson
Banbury-Cross.co.uk

“Kath is just a person you need to know! She can help you on many levels and she helped me as a Mentor and the results were fabulous!”
“Kath is a highly committed and energetic Business Mentor with a strong focus on providing a high quality client service. Armed with a wide ranging support and resources she is well placed to support the needs of SME’s.”

Bernard Goodchild

2017-07-16T23:32:41+00:00

Bernard Goodchild

“Kath is a highly committed and energetic Business Mentor with a strong focus on providing a high quality client service. Armed with a wide ranging support and resources she is well placed to support the needs of SME’s.”
“Kath Bonner-Dunham is the ultimate networker – always on the look-out for how she can help the people with whom she comes into contact. Her entire focus is to help others find the solutions which work for them, and she will go well out of her way to find them the right support. People are drawn to Kath’s commitment, energy and integrity, and I am delighted to recommend her and the services she provides.”

Kate Mercer
Shine Consulting

2017-07-20T13:59:01+00:00

Kate Mercer
Shine Consulting

“Kath Bonner-Dunham is the ultimate networker – always on the look-out for how she can help the people with whom she comes into contact. Her entire focus is to help others find the solutions which work for them, and she will go well out of her way to find them the right support. People are drawn to Kath’s commitment, energy and integrity, and I am delighted to recommend her and the services she provides.”
“Kath is a skilled and experienced Business Coach, Mentor and Adviser who will always go the extra mile to bring value to her clients.”

Charles Briggs
CMC Partnership

2017-07-20T14:07:00+00:00

Charles Briggs
CMC Partnership

“Kath is a skilled and experienced Business Coach, Mentor and Adviser who will always go the extra mile to bring value to her clients.”
“Kath’s support has meant we have many more business ideas and avenues to explore and her input has been motivational, relevant and very insightful. For anyone looking for some sound business advice, I would recommend Kath very highly indeed.”

Duncan Cooper
Selection Matters

2017-07-20T13:49:43+00:00

Duncan Cooper
Selection Matters

“Kath’s support has meant we have many more business ideas and avenues to explore and her input has been motivational, relevant and very insightful. For anyone looking for some sound business advice, I would recommend Kath very highly indeed.”
"Marshes know, like and trust Kath and have benefited immensely from her wisdom, experience, and encouragement. If you're looking for a professional, personal and honest intervention that will help kick your business into its next vital stage of development then arrange to meet with Kath."

Phil Cockayne & Danny Jones
Marshes

2017-07-16T23:51:54+00:00

Phil Cockayne & Danny Jones
Marshes

"Marshes know, like and trust Kath and have benefited immensely from her wisdom, experience, and encouragement. If you're looking for a professional, personal and honest intervention that will help kick your business into its next vital stage of development then arrange to meet with Kath."
“Kath is an amazing woman. Kath can get to the root cause of the ‘blockage’ which is mostly in us. If you thought you were good, you will be 10 times better after meeting Kath.”

Dan Kaye
Smith Kennedy Ltd

2017-07-20T14:04:40+00:00

Dan Kaye
Smith Kennedy Ltd

“Kath is an amazing woman. Kath can get to the root cause of the ‘blockage’ which is mostly in us. If you thought you were good, you will be 10 times better after meeting Kath.”
“Kath takes an interest in your business, and is excellent at identifying key areas for development. She’s wonderfully positive, full of enthusiasm and good ideas, and has a huge network of contacts that she shares to create positive outcomes for all involved. I would thoroughly recommend Kath to anyone wanting to develop or grow their business who needs a solid sounding board and progress monitor.”

Sophie Breslin
Athensis

2017-07-20T14:01:55+00:00

Sophie Breslin
Athensis

“Kath takes an interest in your business, and is excellent at identifying key areas for development. She’s wonderfully positive, full of enthusiasm and good ideas, and has a huge network of contacts that she shares to create positive outcomes for all involved. I would thoroughly recommend Kath to anyone wanting to develop or grow their business who needs a solid sounding board and progress monitor.”
“Kath is a superb Business Mentor. She asks perceptive questions that enable her to gain a rapid grasp of the key issues in a business so that she can provide exactly the right resources to support the business in the way that is right for them.”

Elaine Whittaker
Marketing Being

2017-07-20T14:03:52+00:00

Elaine Whittaker
Marketing Being

“Kath is a superb Business Mentor. She asks perceptive questions that enable her to gain a rapid grasp of the key issues in a business so that she can provide exactly the right resources to support the business in the way that is right for them.”
“Kath is a dynamic, inventive and challenging business coach able to adapt her style to suit her client’s needs and their preferred way of working. With Kath’s help I was able to push aside limiting beliefs that were holding me back and form a clearer vision of what I want for my business and myself. I now have a game plan in place and am working steadily to put it into place.”

Lesley Long
Women Go Wild Outdoors

2017-07-16T23:50:27+00:00

Lesley Long
Women Go Wild Outdoors

“Kath is a dynamic, inventive and challenging business coach able to adapt her style to suit her client’s needs and their preferred way of working. With Kath’s help I was able to push aside limiting beliefs that were holding me back and form a clearer vision of what I want for my business and myself. I now have a game plan in place and am working steadily to put it into place.”
“Kath listened to my situation and gave me some surprising suggestions. Although I was well qualified, with an MSc and an MBA, Kath pointed out that my sales and marketing knowledge was practically non-existent. Kath is exactly the kind of Business Mentor I needed – straight talking and not afraid to tell uncomfortable truths. It is precisely this style that produces the brilliant results Kath gets for her clients. In summary, if you want results, not platitudes, go to Kath.”

Sue Priest
Ems2

2017-07-20T14:00:58+00:00

Sue Priest
Ems2

“Kath listened to my situation and gave me some surprising suggestions. Although I was well qualified, with an MSc and an MBA, Kath pointed out that my sales and marketing knowledge was practically non-existent. Kath is exactly the kind of Business Mentor I needed – straight talking and not afraid to tell uncomfortable truths. It is precisely this style that produces the brilliant results Kath gets for her clients. In summary, if you want results, not platitudes, go to Kath.”
“Kath gave us just the encouragement we needed when we started out in business and then continued to be on hand when we needed further advice. Kath understands the needs of small businesses and has a huge network of very useful contacts. She is a firm, no nonsense person and we have great confidence in the excellent service she provides.”

Jeremy Sacha
Sacha Barnes

2017-07-20T14:05:25+00:00

Jeremy Sacha
Sacha Barnes

“Kath gave us just the encouragement we needed when we started out in business and then continued to be on hand when we needed further advice. Kath understands the needs of small businesses and has a huge network of very useful contacts. She is a firm, no nonsense person and we have great confidence in the excellent service she provides.”
“Kath has very good work ethics, she delivers a high standard of coaching and has mentored my staff and I on a specific project with great results.”

Sali Brown
Chelton Brown

2017-07-20T14:02:49+00:00

Sali Brown
Chelton Brown

“Kath has very good work ethics, she delivers a high standard of coaching and has mentored my staff and I on a specific project with great results.”
“I cannot recommend Kath highly enough. I hired Kath to work with us as a business mentor last year and in addition has subsequently been working with our management team and staff on a monthly basis. Kath is an excellent mentor, has great rapport with all our staff who have responded to her advice and mentoring in a very productive and positive way. I am sure that we will continue to use her invaluable services for many years to come.”

Jo Robinson
Indulgence Bespoke Catering

2017-07-20T13:51:44+00:00

Jo Robinson
Indulgence Bespoke Catering

“I cannot recommend Kath highly enough. I hired Kath to work with us as a business mentor last year and in addition has subsequently been working with our management team and staff on a monthly basis. Kath is an excellent mentor, has great rapport with all our staff who have responded to her advice and mentoring in a very productive and positive way. I am sure that we will continue to use her invaluable services for many years to come.”
"Kath Bonner-Dunham gets results. She has the powerful ability to cut through the distraction, noise, and chaos that beset so many business owners today. Her refreshingly clear communication and straight-to-the-heart approach are a gift to her clients."

Michael C. Cody
My Coaches Coach

2017-07-16T23:19:04+00:00

Michael C. Cody
My Coaches Coach

"Kath Bonner-Dunham gets results. She has the powerful ability to cut through the distraction, noise, and chaos that beset so many business owners today. Her refreshingly clear communication and straight-to-the-heart approach are a gift to her clients."
“Kath is a very personal Business Mentor who has provided us with valuable information and contacts. Kath is very reliable and always ready to answer any questions we may have for her. She has a wealth of knowledge regarding marketing and business development idea’s and has really pushed our company in the right direction. Her enthusiasm and drive is really inspiring and she has played an important role in helping our venture become a reality.”

Bryony Brice
Betty Brice

2017-07-20T13:54:59+00:00

Bryony Brice
Betty Brice

“Kath is a very personal Business Mentor who has provided us with valuable information and contacts. Kath is very reliable and always ready to answer any questions we may have for her. She has a wealth of knowledge regarding marketing and business development idea’s and has really pushed our company in the right direction. Her enthusiasm and drive is really inspiring and she has played an important role in helping our venture become a reality.”
“Kath is an inspiring Business Mentor. Selection Matters has been using Kath on ongoing basis for more than two years and she has added real value to our business. She is full of ideas and an expert in her field. I would highly recommend Kath to any business owner who wants to accelerate the growth of their business!”

Izabela Cooper
Selection Matters

2017-07-20T13:56:45+00:00

Izabela Cooper
Selection Matters

“Kath is an inspiring Business Mentor. Selection Matters has been using Kath on ongoing basis for more than two years and she has added real value to our business. She is full of ideas and an expert in her field. I would highly recommend Kath to any business owner who wants to accelerate the growth of their business!”
“Kath worked with me over a period of time as a Coach to help me get my business back on track after I had decided to part company with my Business Partner. Kath was very good at helping me to see the way forward myself and to understand what I had to do and why. Anyone wishing to build a successful business would find Kath’s help and skills a golden opportunity to help them succeed. She is highly recommended.”

Rona Cant
Explorer, Author & International Speaker

2017-07-20T13:57:41+00:00

Rona Cant
Explorer, Author & International Speaker

“Kath worked with me over a period of time as a Coach to help me get my business back on track after I had decided to part company with my Business Partner. Kath was very good at helping me to see the way forward myself and to understand what I had to do and why. Anyone wishing to build a successful business would find Kath’s help and skills a golden opportunity to help them succeed. She is highly recommended.”
“In few words Kath is a highly motivated, professional and results driven mentor with great experience and know how. A must for all business people in need of mentoring/coaching to get the best out of you. I recommend her enthusiasm and warmth to anyone looking to improve their management skills.”

Alan Cooper
Westmoreland Mechanical Testing and Research Ltd

2017-07-20T13:55:59+00:00

Alan Cooper
Westmoreland Mechanical Testing and Research Ltd

“In few words Kath is a highly motivated, professional and results driven mentor with great experience and know how. A must for all business people in need of mentoring/coaching to get the best out of you. I recommend her enthusiasm and warmth to anyone looking to improve their management skills.”

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