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Ian Berry
Better Business Results At Less Personal Cost For Business Owners & Leaders Since 1991
Better Business Results At Less Personal Cost For Business Owners & Leaders Since 1991

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Gratitude and Happiness
I've been thrilled and challenged by the number of times that the words of Epicurus below have shown up in my world in the past week. “Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you on...

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The keys to embracing performance leadership and letting go of performance management
I'm hosting the monthly Appreciative Leader Accelerator online seminar this evening for members of The Appreciative Leader Community and owners of The Appreciative Leader handbook and thought the diagrams below might be valuable for you too. They overview k...

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Catch conflict before it negates your value, values, and feeling valued
My client, whom we will call Mark, and one of his most relied on employees, whom we will call Stephanie, are barely speaking to one another. This is a sad scenario I see often, one where initial conflict, difficulty or disagreement was small and yet because...

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8 Awesome Actions for Raising The Vitality and Positive Impact of Your Leadership, Management, and Culture
I recently added this special guide and pulse check to my gifts access page here. It's my latest offering in my quest to give away everything I've learned that I feel purpose-driven appreciative leaders will highly value. Be remarkable. Ian

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Your life and work are precious gifts
All my life I've been passionate about gifts and giving. It all began with being born on Christmas Eve and what became a habit of others in giving me presents. They'd say "This is for your birthday and for Christmas." For many years at other people's birthd...

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Reduce costs or increase value?
This is very wise advice from Seth Godin. I reckon Mr. Buffett would concur. It's wise to keep a close eye on costs and reduce them prudently. It's wiser still to focus on increasing value. Who will you become? What will you do next? Be remarkable. Ian

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The 3 essentials for maximum ROI&I from your leadership development
Highly successful leadership development is essential for the longevity of every business, yet meaningful ROI&I (return on involvement and investment) eludes the vast majority. In ' Why leadership development programs   fail' McKinsey experts Pierre Gurdjia...

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Re-imagining capitalism
There's a lot of common-sense wisdom (counter to current conventional wisdom) in this video interview with one of Britain’s leading and most respected economists John Kay. Global Managing Partner of McKinsey's Dominic Barton adds a lot of value too. My favo...

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The very special combination of wisdom and compassion
There's a lot of truth for me in the following attributed to Fred Kofman, a leader in the conscious business movement: Wisdom without compassion is ruthlessness, and compassion without wisdom is folly. Who will you become? What will you do next? Be remarkab...

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Your most valuable space
One of the most valuable skills I've learned and continue to hone in my public speaking work is the pause. Long ago my speaking coach David Griggs taught me to never speak while moving on the stage, rather to wait until I was still. Another coach Max Dixon ...
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