Our next webinar (1.30pm on November 25th) looks at how a genuine commitment to customer experience can be the foundation of your business growth. We’ll talk about the ways that service design, customer journeys, team involvement and good measurement can help your organisation focus on the things that matter.
One of the most common growth pains is losing sight of your customers or clients. Serving your end customer is the reason you set up your business in the first place, and without them your business is in trouble.
Leadership motivation has a direct impact on the culture of the organisation, the processes it uses and the messages it sends to the wider world
When we become too focused on process and forget how important it is to think about work creatively, we stifle are stifling the ability of people to do things differently, reducing productivity, and making it more difficult for our businesses to grow successfully.
Join us for more insights on growing a business – how to face the challenges and overcome the pitfalls at 11am on the 20th of October. Barry McNeill, Organisation and leadership specialist and founder of Work Extraordinary is hosting a webinar where we'll be talking about the risk of growing your business at the risk of losing sight of your customers’ needs. We will be joined by three business owners- all at different stages of growth - who will be sharing info on their journeys to date and offering advice on overcoming the challenges they have faced.
Work Extraordinary’s founder Barry McNeill was invited to chat to Lizzie Benson on her 'Make It Thrive' podcast as part of a series discussing changemakers - people who challenge the status quo, disrupt conventional thinking and encourage others to reach their personal and business goals by doing the same.
Work Extraordinary’s founder Barry McNeill was recently a guest on Mary Gregory’s Facebook live interview, Lessons in Leadership. It helps entrepreneurial leaders to have the confidence and the tools to take their creativity into their next growth spurt. That’s in addition to engaging their people to build extraordinary organisations.
The StartUp Award National Series helps champion and support the ever-growing number of start-ups across the UK. We look to discover and celebrate some of the most exciting new businesses.
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