Monthly Archives: May 2022

The Risk in Disregarding Weekly Management Meetings

Management Meetings

One of the most dangerous blind spots is the one staring you right in the face, and this can be true of your weekly management meetings.
Not managed effectively, your weekly management meetings can be an arduous obligation at best; at worst, they can be a complete waste of time. My latest blog, part three in my series on Business Blind Spots, looks at how, with a little bit of planning, you can supercharge them to become the thriving pulse behind every aspect of your business.

Creating Collaborative Accountability

Collaborative Accountability

Accountability is an essential part of your financial operation. But if roles aren’t clearly defined and the company vision not regularly articulated, significant blind spots can emerge in your team’s understanding of accountability.
In our latest blog – part two in our five-part series on business blind spots – we focus on the importance of collaborative accountability. By collaborating with your staff members, outlining their responsibilities and ensuring that your financial structure is shared by everyone, you prevent blind spots caused by neglect, misunderstanding and lack of awareness.
Every staff member should be held accountable for their tasks and obligations, but it is you as a financial manager who is accountable for making that happen.
Learn more in our latest blog:

Company Finance Planning & Execution

Finance Planning

Many problems that arise in business can be avoided by first recognising five commonly-occurring blind spots.
The first of these is the concept of company finance planning. While finance planning may seem like an integral part of your business, if you aren’t executing it correctly, you are, at best, falling short of its potential and, at worst, completely wasting your time.
In our latest blog, we address this frequent blind spot, highlighting the reasons it can occur, the ways to overcome it and the long-term benefits it will produce.
Take a look now – we hope it helps to overcome some of your company’s financial blind spots.

Business Strategies for Effective Solutions

Business Strategies

Storytelling is one of the great life skills of human evolution. For millennia, we have used story to convey wisdom, teach lessons and advance knowledge.
Despite its prehistoric roots, storytelling is still a valuable skill in contemporary society, and even in business. When we convey our message in a more story-like manner, our audience, whether our staff or our clients, become more engaged, amused and connected, retaining the information better and building both confidence and loyalty in the brand.