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  • Reputation
    for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Excellence Masterclass London 20 Apr 2016 OUR CLIENTS Goodwood Innergy invested a lot of time getting to know the business and culture of Goodwood and the type of managers that would be on the programme a completely diverse mix I am delighted the feedback has been so positive Penta Consultancy Not only do they have a true insight into what we need in our industry but they combine this knowledge and expertise with creativity and innovation Greene King The feedback from the training was fantastic BDMs and licensees alike have been inspired and motivated into action by the course We are now in the process of rolling this programme out across our estate to ensure all our licensees have the opportunity to attend and take away positive ideas that will benefit them and their business GCS Having been passed Innergy s details to use them we would have no hesitation ourselves in recommending Innergy to any business Santander Bank For the second year running we invited Innergy to design and facilitate the Santander eCommerce full team off site The energy enthusiasm and insights provided on the day showed how the Innergy team can really get to grips with some of the challenges within a team and face these in a productive well thought out process IT Works Innergy s approach is extremely refreshing They took the time to understand our business and team the strengths and development areas for us

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  • Developing a Selling Attitude
    beyond their productivity In other words what do these A players all have in common that enables them to become a top 20 performer If you think back to the those top salespeople you have met or worked with in the past even those that you currently work with what are those key qualities that is concurrent across each of them Having worked with and trained thousands of salespeople in my career time and time again the following list of traits come to mind when I think of those top 20 that I know Personality people quite like them as a person and naturally gravitate towards them Persistence they don t give up on an opportunity easily Networking they create active networks around them where people are talking about them to other people Knowledge they know what they are talking about markets products customers Solution Focused they are looking to provide solutions for customers key issues or needs Confidence and Belief in themselves as much as in their products and services Effective Communicators they know how to successfully listen as well as how to convey a message Positively Challenging they are willing to challenge customer thinking in a positive way Customer Centric they ensure their sales is supported by a high level of service delivery Innovators they are always looking at new and better ways of maximising performance productivity and profitability When I look at this list many of them seem to have one key thing in common they are attitudinal behaviours more so than actual skills not the what we do but the how we do it side of selling So the question you should be asking yourselves is do you have the right attitude to be successful in sales Published by James Osborne March 25th 2015 James Osborne James Osborne Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with

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  • Orchestrating Success – Leadership Lessons from the World of Music
    experience and fit and do not compromise in the amount of time spent in recruiting and selecting the right talent Everyone is very clear on their role within the team there is no confusion or lack of clarity about who does what Everyone is very clear about what success looks like They challenge themselves to continually improve and practice Preparation practice and planning are the norm Lack of effort is not tolerated They share the applause and recognise achievement of different parts of the team The other observation and how different is this to many leaders you know is that having achieved the above which is fundamentally good management practice the leader the conductor can be the quietest person on stage Their only role to release the passion creativity and desire of their team to take their performance to the next level Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Excellence Masterclass London 20 Apr 2016 OUR CLIENTS Goodwood Innergy invested a lot of time getting to know the business and culture of Goodwood and the type of managers that would be on the programme a completely diverse mix I am delighted the feedback has been so positive Penta Consultancy Not only do they have a true insight into what we need in our industry but they combine this knowledge and expertise with creativity and innovation Greene King The feedback from the training was fantastic BDMs and licensees alike have been inspired and motivated into

    Original URL path: http://innergy.co.uk/about/blog/item/Orchestrating-Success (2016-02-17)
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  • Readiness for Change
    change have been considered Is there is a compelling vision in place which has been communicated Is there a clear comprehensive and flexible plan for the change Have all the leadership and management team really bought in to the change and signed up to champion the change How effective are the leadership at prioritising activity and not losing focus Have potential concerns and resistance to change have been identified Has the process for involving people at every level in the journey of change has been mapped out Is there is a willingness from management to involve the affected and relevant people in shaping the change Have the systems and processes which need to be amended have been identified Have the changes been tested and piloted Have the new skills that people require as a result of the change have been identified Is the organisation is effective at measuring progress and celebrating success Is the organisation is effective at holding people accountable Challenging ourselves and our organisation to change before we have to makes sense but let s make sure we can deliver and pass the Readiness for Change test Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Excellence Masterclass London 20 Apr 2016 OUR CLIENTS Goodwood Innergy invested a lot of time getting to know the business and culture of Goodwood and the type of managers that would be on the programme a completely diverse mix I am delighted the feedback has been so positive

    Original URL path: http://innergy.co.uk/about/blog/item/Readiness-for-Change (2016-02-17)
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  • The Vasa Syndrome
    ask yourself these questions now you may well be surprised by your own answer 2 As is so often the case the experts who work with and for an extremely controlling leader seldom have the ability or the motivation to challenge the leader s obvious errors All too often they choose to accept horrendous consequences rather than face their nemesis But the responsibility of the expert does not stop at simply providing sound advice As uncomfortable as it often is our responsibility goes much deeper than this For those of us who are experts in our field don t give up without a fight We have a duty to ensure that our specialist knowledge and skills are used effectively not just provided as a take it or leave it option 3 The blame game When things go wrong many of us duck for cover in case the finger gets pointed in our direction A blame culture which still exists in many organisations is counter productive in 2 senses it de motivates by creating fear and it misses a wonderful opportunity to learn from our mistakes And so for every single one of us stop trying to apportion blame when things go wrong There will certainly have been a cost incurred when things went wrong but it will be money well spent if we go out of our way avoid blame and focus on learning from our mistakes and making sure that we get it right in future Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for

    Original URL path: http://innergy.co.uk/about/blog/item/The-Vasa-Syndrome (2016-02-17)
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  • 60 Second Guide to: Time Management
    way you would want it to be done Avoid time suckers such as your emails mobile phone social media unless these are part of the task at hand These as the name suggests suck you of your time Don t panic when you are involved in another task that emails or calls are being missed Allocate time to respond to emails and calls that won t impact on your other designated tasks Focus on the task you are working on allowing your mind to wonder what is waiting in your inbox who the voicemail is from or forward thinking for your next task will distract you from the task at hand and ultimately will take you longer and push your day back Delegate tasks where needed and appropriate There are times when we have too much on our plate and have to delegate tasks To ensure you delegate effectively to ease your workload you need to identify the right person to delegate to and give clear guidelines to this person so they can complete the task Where applicable allocate some of your own time to review the success of the delegated task Think of your long term goals and tasks and allocate any small tasks that make these up into your day without planning for the bigger picture you won t have enough hours to complete this Time management enables each of us to improve and be more productive in our days and weeks Personal productivity and success in our working day will give us the motivation and drive to complete the rest of the to do list Published by James Osborne February 25th 2015 James Osborne James Osborne Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly

    Original URL path: http://innergy.co.uk/about/blog/item/60-second-guide-to-time-management (2016-02-17)
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  • Realising the Dream
    you identify and measure the key business levers in your marketing sales and operations Do you have a continuous improvement culture with your staff and do they have clear job specs Etc etc Leaving home You are considering selling and you need to manage the process to maximise the value There are several things that you need to consider to get the best price from the buyer This is about getting the business to be a finely honed racing machine Offload superfluous assets and realise the cash Reduce your working capital requirement by Tighten your stock and work in progress Identify your worst performing products and manage them out Reducing your debtor days through either negotiating better with your customers or being better at your credit control Increasing your creditor days Try writing to all your creditors saying that you are increasing your terms by 15 days Some will fight this but some won t Make sure that your documentation and systems are fit for purpose and could be managed by a new owner Do you have an Employment Policy Health and Safety Policy proper processes and procedures for all the main operations in the business Do you have a diverse customer and supplier base Is the business too reliant on any third party If the business is sensitive to its location have you secured the premises through a long term lease or if you own it whose name is it in If you are not location sensitive do you have short term commitments on your property Take early tax advice about the structure of your business on exit There may be some pension or other planning you can do to significantly reduce your capital gains tax Make sure that your key employees are motivated to stay with the business Early on in the process you need to identify who might be your buyer If you end up building the wrong machine they won t be interested Don t focus on one specific buyer but identify the possible types first and then specific names is it a competitor a trade buyer looking for vertical integration is it a foreign buyer looking to get access to the UK market or is it private equity looking to make a significant return on their investment Finally probably the most important thing is to get someone to talk to in confidence that you trust This really needs to be someone who has no tie to the politics of the family or business This can be a very stressful process and a problem shared well you know how it goes Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy

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  • Which Selling Style is Right for Recruitment?
    next stage of the 4 hats selling process the Teacher The Teacher The Teacher hat requires a high level of confidence to be able to really pull it off effectively and in a way that doesn t patronise or negatively aggravate our customers It requires a high level of confidence in both yourself as a salesperson but also in your products and services and the measurable outcomes those products and services can create for our customers This is where solution selling meets consultative selling and consensus selling meets challenger selling where we build on our expertise gained at the Explorer stage and use that to provoke our customers buying triggers by providing them with unique insights into their markets their positioning within those markets and opportunities that they may not have realised existed With the engagement this creates you can then progress onto the third stage of the 4 Hats selling process the Designer The Designer The Designer hat is less challenging than the Teacher hat and focuses far more on customer collaboration and working towards a mutually beneficial outcome This is where the transactional part of the customer relationship is replaced with something far more transformational where buying options are evaluated and solutions created At this stage of the selling process all the stakeholders in the relationship are mapped out considered and accounted for and a multi touch proposition is developed to ensure maximum buy in at all levels The proposition that is ultimately created is then finally passed over to the Mentor to complete the selling cycle The Mentor The Mentor will ultimately determine the potential size of a sale and the amount of supplementary business opportunities you will gain in the process How you position yourself at this stage is critical and will have often be pre determined by how you managed the previous three stages of the selling process This is more than just about how to close down an individual opportunity but how to influence decision making processes at all levels and pro actively exercise a customer relationship I will be introducing each of the 4 different hats in more detail throughout the next couple of weeks but in the meantime I would like to ask which selling style do you believe is right for the recruitment sector Published by James Osborne February 10th 2015 James Osborne James Osborne Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It

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