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  • Employee Engagement and Retention in a Changing Workforce
    of the team and the big plan all they see is their boss driving to work in a new car and they loose their feeling of working hard for the company to achieve the goals Set individual goals employees want to take responsibility for their own achievements and goals Setting realistic goals on an individual level that they can relate to the company goals as mentioned above will let them see how their day to day efforts can make a difference These goals aren t a chance to discipline any goals that haven t been achieved are an opportunity for you to understand why and what you can provide to overcome this it may be they are weaker in certain areas and these need to be trained and developed Think about the working environment the working environment can play a huge factor in in how an employee feels about coming into work Have you created an environment that will allow employees to feel comfortable voicing their opinion Do you encourage communication across teams and allow all employees to have time to knowledge share These seem like simple changes but this gives your employees the chance to really feel like part of the whole team segregating teams and individuals can automatically put a barrier up between your team Provide incentives that suit all after all the hard work it is great to provide some fun and relief from the day to day work by rewarding your employees Incentives can vary greatly and it is a good idea to provide a mix of activities to allow all your team to take part in something they really enjoy These are just a few ways you can increase levels of engagement across your business to retain recruiters Published by James Osborne August 26th 2014 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

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  • Developing a Leading Attitude
    not to say you have to put on a fake smile on and ignore what is happening in the business Communicating to employees during this time will also help to keep employees engaged so you can all come together understand the areas of weaknesses in the business and build a plan to turn it around Value Others Recognising and valuing the team you have around you is crucial Inability to see the worth in your employees and showing gratitude for the hard work they put in on a daily basis will be detrimental to the workforce Demonstrating you understand the value of your team doesn t have to mean bonuses and pay rises but can be as simple as saying thank you and acknowledging the extra effort they have put in As leaders we have to understand the impact our attitude can have on our employees and their engagement levels taking the time to stop and think about this altering any behaviour that might be negative will demonstrate our worth as leaders and get the results we are after 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

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  • Business Development Questions – Land, Secure and Expand
    to them met their expectations Has it exceeded their expectations If so how can we demonstrate this back to them and prove this is true Why would they go to another supplier and what can we do to pre empt this happening How can we lock that customer down so they move away from using multiple suppliers to just us Can we make this a contractual agreement What can we give them to add significant and unexpected value to what we have just done If we can prove to both ourselves and the customer that they are getting more than they need from you and we can lock them down with the relationship we have and a contract to back it up then we can move on to the third and final stage of the process Expand Mapping out the key decision influencers as you would have done already see land above will certainly give you an insight into other areas of the customer s business that you can target but now is the time to take this further and create a comprehensive client map to give you a strategy behind what you are doing How much of this customer s business do we currently have go and ask them Who else within the customer s business needs to buy from us Are they currently buying from one of your competitors and if so what is the compelling reason for them to change suppliers Who within their business will act as a mentor for us someone within the business who fervently wants us to be successful What is the incentive for the customer to have more departments buying from you and or buying more from you themselves this doesn t have to be monetary The key here is to identify all the opportunities within that customer set some very clear targets towards the growth of the account and then create a strategy that builds upon our existing relationship within that customer our proven expertise at over delivering see secure above and that incentivises the customer to give you more business Again when you look at the numbers of customers you actually need the levels of business within each of those customers you can get and the highlighted opportunities you have from your client maps you will find that achieving your sales quota from both new and existing customers is actually fairly simple as long as you don t forget to secure them along the journey Published by James Osborne July 31st 2014 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

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  • Getting One Up on the Market
    a very interesting fact Looking at their financial trends of customer spend over the previous three years we noticed that they had a very high number of customers on that list that hadn t billed with them for over 12 months In other words they had let go of or lost for various reasons a number of existing customers that they had already won amazingly this equated to more than 90 customers With a total customer base of 270 customers over the three year period this represents a customer churn of approximately 33 and with an average GP per customer excluding their four major accounts of approximately 11 000 you could almost say that they have lost almost 1m in GP more if those customers had been billing each year at that level This was spread out over seven different divisions so each division was responsible for some of that loss Of course on deeper analysis there were a number of very genuine reasons as to why some of these clients left them mergers with other businesses downsizing due to market conditions etc but whichever way you look at if each of those seven divisions had reduced that customer churn by just 1 each i e keeping an average of three more of those customers each then they would be looking at getting quite close to another 250k in GP These are just a couple of examples but there a literally hundreds of other areas across your businesses where you can roll out a one up initiative such as Increasing employee retention by 1 Increasing your overall market share with your top 20 customers by 1 Increasing employee engagement by 1 Increasing your Net Promoter Score by 1 Reducing debtor days by 1 Increasing conversion ratios at each stage of the sales process by 1 Etc Now of course I d be happier with incremental improvements greater than 1 but as an absolute no excuses minimum why not set everyone in your business the task to find 10 things they can improve tomorrow by just 1 and see what impact it has on the overall bigger picture Then up it by another 1 the following month and then another 1 Published by James Osborne July 28th 2014 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

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  • 60 Second Guide to Selling Services
    to the service that will convince the client the service is worth buying but be careful you don t give too much away that detracts from the service you are selling Provide testimonials case studies use these as part of your sales pitch As mentioned in our previous article on Reputation in Business if a client hears how great you are from an existing client it will have more weight than if you say how great you are Make your service different ensure you communicate to your potential sales how your service differs from others do this by selling the benefits of your service not the weakness of your competitors When the client has decided to purchase your service the after care is an important part of the sell Ensure that you keep in touch with the client so they are informed on what and when to expect The most important part of selling the service is to Build rapport with the client Earn trust Get buy in from the client Listen to the client s individual needs 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

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  • Business Lessons from Brazil - the 2014 World Cup
    producing as will I am sure the rest of the world Diving in the Mirror a case of Self Actualisation The American psychologist Abraham Maslow used the concept of Self Actualisation as the pinnacle part of what really drives people s motivations focusing in large on the ability to look in the mirror with absolute pride in yourself and truly believe that what you are doing is a good job This comes last after you have got others around you to feel it The World Cup 2014 certainly for the first two weeks seems to have been known more for periods of deceit cheating and outrageous non footballing activities than periods of high class talent and displays of football genius and there have been many so far We all have opinions around the issues of diving to win a penalty on how much a defender can put his arms around a striker in the box waiting for a corner to come across or to what extent sinking your teeth into another players body is deemed unfair play but no one can argue the fact that all of these things are becoming more and more prevalent every day and sadly becoming almost the norm in the game of football As a player you have to ask the question that at the end of the 90 minutes televised live in front of millions of children all aspiring to be international football stars whether you have won or lost the game can you look at yourself in the mirror and experience self actualisation Did you play with pride and passion the values and honesty that an international badge deserves or did you have to cheat to get your outcome Great recruitment businesses build great reputations and use those reputations as a medium to generate more business It drives candidate and customer acquisition alike and should be the pivotal focus behind any business development strategy Reputations are built by not only delivering great service but doing it in a way that is ethical and honest and the number of times I have seen unethical poor practice achieve a short term goal but then come back to bite someone in the long term as Luis Suarez recently discovered As individual recruiters as team leaders as directors and as an industry we must continue to deliver high value highly ethical and highly effective services to our customers and be able to look in the mirror at the end of each day and feel a real sense of self actualisation Good luck to all the players in the final 16 in Brazil and in particular to the low paid principled ones who just want to play football Published by James Osborne June 30th 2014 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

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  • Poll Results: Targeting, Measuring and Rewarding Recruiters
    is important but not in isolation and not as the main metric of success Changing a consultant s focus especially when they are new to the business and or recruitment to results based indicators forces them to think about ways to achieve those outcomes which can bring new and better ways of working to the recruitment process It also allows consultants the opportunity to treat their desk as if it was their business focusing on efficiency and profitability which in turn leads to higher margin business greater levels of client exclusivity and increased quality in their activity It helps develop the external brand reputation as one that delivers results that make a tangible difference as opposed to potentially one that makes a lot of busy noise with hit and miss results And it breeds a culture of interdependent commercially mature consultants who will not only be more engaged but will also be dependable and far more effective in the long term The task of a recruitment business owner manager is to ensure that consultants understand the relationship between profitability conversion ratios and activity Managers target and measure consultants on profitability together with the consultant they monitor conversion ratios and the consultants should review their activity to find incremental improvements The manager should share examples of best practice activity train develop the skills and attitudes of the consultants give them access to live data around their conversion ratios and remove any excuse for the consultants not to be able to do their job The consultant runs their business aka their desk and the manager focuses on their engagement to ensure they are driven to produce more outcomes Published by James Osborne June 19th 2014 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

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  • Giving Organisations a Competitive Edge
    Enhance Media s Annual Online Recruitment Conference 03 Feb 2014 Business Lessons from Super Bowl XLVIII Tailgating half time extravaganzas multi million pound advertising deals and a nation gripped for three hours the 2014 Super Bowl brought another broadcasting spectacular for the millions of television viewers worldwide last night 23 Jan 2014 Making Marketing Memorable With less than two weeks until Super Bowl Sunday and the most expensive advertising broadcast time we take a look at making your marketing memorable 15 Jan 2014 Attracting Talent to the Recruitment Industry Data from the REC KPMG Report on Jobs showed the strongest rise in permanent placements since March 2010 and the growth of temp billings quickening reaching the fastest pace for over 15 years 13 Jan 2014 Training Cost or Investment Training in tough trading conditions can often be seen as a costly and low priority exercise but when training develops the workforce impacts performance and makes a difference to results is it right to cut back 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 BLOG TWITTER NEWS 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 Kent 20 Jul 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

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