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  • » Blog Archive Directors Fund small firms with their own cash
    frequently used by SME Directors with two thirds 65 per cent stating that they have drawn on funds directly from their current account and nearly half 48 per cent saying that they had dipped into their personal savings The Experian study also looked at the type of financing used to fund investments of various values and found that the majority of investments over 10 000 were funded using personal mortgages and savings Ade Potts Managing Director Experian s SME business UK I said This research shows that SMEs are becoming increasingly resourceful when it comes to funding and are using a variety of different financing options that are available to them to set up or expand This is evident with the work we do with our clients With SME s there is certainly a focus on ROI with programmes concentrating on deliverable outcomes With this research it becomes clear why this is the case given the Directors often personal exposure and commitment to future investment Click here for more information on this research Share with friends Lead Like a Great Conductor by Italy Talgam Presentation at UWE Creative Leadership Workshop Series 2014 Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2014/03/03/directors-fund-small-firms-with-thier-own-cash/ (2016-02-10)
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  • » Blog Archive Information, Advice and Guidance Courses -
    services Advocacy Housing Mentoring Youth Services Counselling Debt advice Citizens advice Employment advisor Career advisors Share with friends Tags Information Advice and Guidance Presentation at UWE Creative Leadership Workshop Series 2014 Call of the Wild Invited To Present at Prestigious VINE HR Event Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014 2015 The Difference Between Learning Training and Education What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment Location Delivered At Your Venue How to find us

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2014/04/01/information-advice-guidance-courses/ (2016-02-10)
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  • » Blog Archive Grow Your Business At No Extra Cost with New Training Grants for England! -
    facilitation of the learning that is taking place and therefore ensuring the key changes development e g marketing strategy vision processes are developed and implemented to meet the growth aspirations across the organisation Delivery can be covered across the following areas Effective Leadership Management strategy leadership Leading and Managing High Performance people skills Planning Developing an Effective Organisation finance operational Creating an Enterprise Culture finance change Sustaining Growth and Continuous Improvement operational Innovation people organisation New Market Entry sales marketing The Benefits Firstly we lead you through the whole process so you re not bogged down with paperwork The overall programme has little if no financial cost to the organisation but can provide you with a dramatic return in terms of improved performance at half the normal cost The significant financial increase will ensure more diverse development can be established which can be impactive for all the business and their staff resulting in Performance Proficiency Improving effectiveness quality costs delivery Management accountancy Market presence Succession planning franchisee and franchisor staff development promotion Store required training What Our Recent Clients Have Said About Us I thoroughly enjoyed the alternative way the course was run It was very thought provoking and memorable The various activities we took part in was a great way to learn The facilitator met our needs brilliantly has very good techniques and is a brilliant tutor My initial impressions of the course are beyond expectations I enjoyed the structure of the course and the fact that it wasn t a normal classroom layout I thought the facilitators did a fantastic job of facilitating I found it very thought provoking and exciting Really positive came away from the 2 days feeling inspired about my role as a line manager EXCELLENT I feel it has really inspired me It has

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2013/04/03/grow-your-business-at-no-cost-with-new-training-grants-for-england/ (2016-02-10)
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  • » Blog Archive Recession Not a Foregone Conclusion -
    flat in the first half of the year including one quarter of contraction amid indications the UK recovery is stalling Order book expectations at home and overseas are set to fall in the manufacturing sector while unemployment will hit 2 77 million by the end of 2012 up from 2 64 million in the last official figures the BCC added But John Longworth BCC director general said that while a slowdown in the eurozone is inevitable Britain need not suffer a similar fate A new recession is not a foregone conclusion he said However action is needed urgently to tackle short term stagnation and a lack of business confidence damaged by the ongoing eurozone crisis The BCC s views echo those of the Bank of England which forecast a heightened risk of recession in the first half of 2012 in its last quarterly report as well as numerous downbeat predictions from the likes of the Office for Budget Responsibility OBR Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development OECD and National Institute of Economic and Social Research NIESR Share with friends Tags British Chambers of Commerce Recession not inevitable Training Course Effective Communication Skills Training Course Leadership and Management Wales Funded Training Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2012/01/10/recession-not-a-foregone-conclusion/ (2016-02-10)
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  • » Blog Archive Wales Lacking Strong Leadership Reveals Survey
    the list of top ten world leaders which was headed by Winston Churchill and Nelson Mandela Not one Welsh woman made it into the top ten Welsh leaders and only Margaret Thatcher made it to number 6 of the top 10 world leaders Of resonance to the rest of the UK 60 are in agreement that management and leadership skills development is very important to the overall success of an organisation The responses indicated that 85 of businesses have training budgets in place and over 93 clearly recognise a need for skills development as a major part of organisational success It would be hoped that these figures would be duplicated across the UK as they are encouraging in the current economic climate Respondents were split on the question of whether leaders are born or made with 55 voting for leaders being made The values we rate most in our leaders vision inspiration communication integrity and passion Call of the Wild are previous double winners of the Leading Wales Awards Share with friends Tags Leading Wales Awards Wales Lacking Strong Leadership Reveals Survey Leadership and Management Wales Funded Training New Initiative Launched with 250m For Staff Training in England Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2012/02/07/wales-lacking-strong-leadership-reveals-survey/ (2016-02-10)
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  • » Blog Archive The Difference Between Leadership and Management -
    variety of characteristics that might make a person a good leader which people have a mixture of In any situation the person best suited to that situation will emerge as the leader This theory says that leaders rise to power There are 3 sources of power that a leader can build on position personality and expertise You can improve your situational leadership by developing power or authority relevant to situations you commonly find yourself in Take advantage of training Keep up to date Find out about areas you are weak in Learn from others by talking Keep close to your boss Think ahead The Group Functional Theory This third theory on leadership based on John Adair s theory says that any group has a number of functions it needs to perform a number of needs that need to be fulfilled The leader will be the one who can best satisfy those needs These are in three categories team task and individual needs Team The group of people needs to be drawn together and organised so they co operate with each other Task The task the group is faced with needs to be achieved Individual Individuals need to be recognised and utilised appropriately they need to use their skills and talents when they can A good leader will concentrate on all three functions or needs Too much attention on one will be at the expense of another Here lies again the difference between a manager and a leader By balancing these three components of functional leadership the leader can best satisfy the needs of the group to improve team individual and organisation performance To improve your functional leadership concentrate on Task Set standards Monitor and evaluate performance Team Communicate Encourage co operation and compromise in the event of differences between staff

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2011/11/02/the-difference-between-leadership-and-management/ (2016-02-10)
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  • » Blog Archive View Our Recent Client Comments -
    with friends Tags Case Studies Client Comments Combined Company Team Build Christmas Party Idea Call of the Wild Appear in ILM s The Edge Magazine Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014 2015 The Difference Between Learning Training and Education What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment Location Delivered At Your Venue How to find us Other UK European Venues Our Accommodation Our Training Centre News Contact Contact us Contact Sitemap Cookies Links for

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2014/09/16/view-recent-client-comments/ (2016-02-10)
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  • » Blog Archive Take a Walk in the Park - What's Your View? -
    like getting the most out of a long layover and quite often at coffee shops hello Starbucks But that means that the most common denominator across all these locations wasn t the desk or the keyboard or even the coffee The common denominator in the modern workday is our um tush As we work we sit more than we do anything else We re averaging 9 3 hours a day compared to 7 7 hours of sleeping Sitting is so prevalent and so pervasive that we don t even question how much we re doing it And everyone else is doing it also so it doesn t even occur to us that it s not okay Chris Tomkins head of personal health risk management at Axa PPP Healthcare says What organisations in the modern service economy are experiencing is a steady reduction in productivity as the cognitive performance and energy of their organisation are being sapped Is this really the most healthy or productive way to undertake meetings Can you really clear your head seek inspiration and get those creative juices flowing in another homogenous coffee shop or hotel lounge As Nilofer says If you want to think outside the box you have to get out of the box Benefits of Adopting this Approach We believe the landscape creates a place and a space for deep reflection In addition it creates a powerful place for engagement and sustainable learning experiences We term this our green meeting room approach The benefits are Moving people out of their comfort zone allows for greater engagement with meeting participants Allows for more creative thinking literally thinking outside the box Health benefits as above Leave the smart phone and tablet behind for once Immersion in inspirational landscapes can began to create new ways of thinking

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2013/02/27/take-a-walk-in-the-park-whats-your-view/ (2016-02-10)
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