Books can help you do many things better, including asking a more beautiful question. If that sounds intriguing, so is the benefit that guest blogger William Buist has gained from this book. It’s a pleasure to welcome William back. You may recall that he has blogged for us here before, on topics including GDPR/external change and physical environments.
When should you use external consultancy? Are you wisely bringing in wider expertise, or wasting your money on people who won’t be around to see the consequences? Such a question plagues many analytics or insight leaders. Indeed I have spoken to many, over the years, who are frustrated by the speed with which directors turn to consultants. I’ve mentioned before the need to build the reputation of your team, to.. Read More
As a break from our month focussing on applying insight to marketing, it’s time to share the results of our coaches & mentors poll. You may remember that back in August, we launched a short survey on use of coaching & mentoring. Thanks to those who participated. We now have stable enough results to give an interesting, at least initial, picture. As someone who works as an external coach & mentor, some.. Read More
It’s been a busy week of client work (which is great!), but that has meant less time for this blog. So, to make up the second blog post this week, here are some resources on coaching or mentoring that I’ve found interesting. To help you stay more self aware. These caught my eye because they focus on topics which I find coaching clients often raise. Despite the range of technical.. Read More
As our Olympians continue their efforts to move up that medal table, it’s time for another poll here. This time focussed on understanding how you are using coaching or mentoring. Please answer the quick survey below, to help us all see the current state of using these roles to help develop leaders. It will be fascinating to see how today’s customer insight leaders have embraced use of coaches or mentors (or.. Read More
A discussion of differences between a coach or mentor. How can each help you as a leader & which do you really need to improve your insight leadership?