Facilitation

How to make your event 3D instead of 2D

How to make your event 3D instead of 2D Many events are 2D. The audience watches the players do their thing. Some events are 3D. They are alive, exciting, engaging and connected. With 2D events, as I call them, you arrive, settle into passive mode, and wait to be entertained....
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Facilitation

What’s in it for me?

What’s in it for me? As a facilitator you have succeeded if any of your participants answer the WIIFM (what’s in it for me) question with this answer: “Exactly what I needed.” I’ve never met an owner of a service business who isn’t driven by the need to help solve...
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Change Coaching

Thought Leadership, Prince Harry and the Invictus Games

Thought Leadership, Prince Harry and the Invictus Games Are you the master of your fate? Are you the Captain of your soul? As Small Business owners and thought leaders, it is easy to be tossed about on a choppy ocean of circumstance, rather than chart our course. But we do...
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Coaching

Do you know the secret that many women solopreneurs are hiding?

Do you know the secret that many women solopreneurs are hiding? Many women solopreneurs are hiding a secret. As a coach or facilitator, I have had many conversations with women solopreneurs. In the initial conversations I generally ask them these three questions that normally lead to the ‘big reveal’: 1....
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Facilitation

Presenters, don’t make promises you can’t keep

Presenters, don't make promises you can't keep An audience spends the first few minutes deciding whether to trust you as a presenter or not. Be sure to win that trust. You aren’t entitled to it; you must earn it. Don’t make promises you can’t keep. It will erode audience trust...
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Change Coaching

My Personal Trainer’s Winning Formula also works in Small Business

My Personal Trainer's Winning Formula also works in Small Business

I don’t like the gym, I love walking. But as a woman tipping mid-50, my muscles aren’t what they used to be. Enter the personal trainer. Johan can make me do things I had no idea I was capable of or was too scared to try. I’m not used to being coached; I’m used to coaching. But Johan Moll has succeeded in coaching me, and I started to analyse why.

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Facilitation

How to use great questions for great outcomes – Part 1

How to use great questions for great outcomes - Part one The right questions at the right time are essential in meetings and workshops. And this means we have the ability to use great questions for great outcomes.  Asking the right questions at the right time is a key facilitation...
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Change

Turn your business into a triple win business

Turn your business into a triple win business Have you ever heard a business owner say that they can’t focus on creating good in the world until they are making a profit? Well, I would argue businesses can’t afford to leave creating benefits for all until they are making a...
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Change

Women’s contribution in the real world of business

Women's contribution in the real world of business Mother’s Day. A day of gifts of slippers and scarves and flowers and chocolates. Cards of thanks, lunch with the family, and a celebration of all things ‘mum’. Social media groans under the weight of shiny selfie posts and family portraits with...
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Coaching

30 Tips for Small Business Owners

30 Tips for small business owners to make and save money that you can apply today Gone are the days when money is a taboo subject. Let’s face facts; most Small Business people find that it’s harder to make money than they originally thought. So, instead of just focusing on...
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Change Coaching The Mentor Within

Rosemary on the ‘Business over Breakfast’ Podcast with Andrew Griffiths and Bree James

I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Business over Breakfast podcast with Andrew Griffiths and Bree James. The subject? Making decisions. Something many business owners struggle with, and one of the reasons I wrote the book The Mentor Within. The byline is "reconnect with your inner wisdom...
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Coaching Facilitation

How to make a great impression at your virtual meeting

How to make a great impression at your virtual meeting So your first meeting with a potential partner or client is a virtual meeting via a video meeting. You can both save transport time and it’s incredibly convenient. However, there are a bunch of mistakes that are more about the...
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Change

The woman solopreneur’s best kept secret

The woman solopreneur's best kept secret Many women solopreneurs are hiding a secret. As a coach or facilitator, there is often a ‘Big Reveal’ in my initial conversation with them. It goes something like this: 1. A DESCRIPTION OF THE BUSINESS What do you do? The solopreneur describes her business....
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Facilitation

Need to make a decision as a group? Invest in a great facilitator

Need to make a decision as a group? Invest in a great facilitator A little while ago I tore my hair out at a meeting. At this decision-making meeting, I was a participant. Usually, I’m the facilitator, but not this time. This time there was no facilitator, just a rather...
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Coaching

Build your network by spending more time with those you like and trust

https://youtu.be/OiDFWTJUCbw Many of my clients ask for help to build and strengthen their networks. When we map out their networks, they often have about five people in their inner circle who refer them most of their work. Yet, they are making the mistake of focusing much of their marketing and...
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