The answer to large goals? Small habits

Goals help to define a company's purpose and achieve its objectives. We use them to maximise growth and distinguish ourselves from our competitors. However, more so than ever, we are realising that planning into the future comes with an element of illusion. We can never anticipate what factors may come into play or what obstacles might present themselves. In order [...]

How To Be Full On At Work & At Home

We already know that it’s challenging to avoid taking work home with you. Our devices mean that we are working longer, answering emails at evenings and working on reports at weekends. Right now, more than ever, we risk slipping into a work-life fluidity where our days and spaces blend together that can make it hard to relax and fully recharge [...]

Giving Feedback Virtually

Feedback is best given face to face. Only a small percentage of communication is in the words we use. Tone, body language, inflection and non-verbal signals all combine in everyday speech to make complex, nuanced conversations. How can we best manage this when an organisation is working remotely? USE VIDEO CALLS WHENEVER POSSIBLE  These are a better alternative to only [...]

T-Mobile: Case Story By Tony Kypreos

"It was not merely the tools and methods of Breakthrough that achieved the effect but the pragmatism, energy and intentionality that Dr. Bart Sayle and his team injected into the organisation that was able to cut-through resistance and inertia." – Tony Kypreos, former EVP Business Development & Innovation and Board Member of  T-Mobile International and T-Ventures In 2005 Breakthrough Global [...]

Review Of Riding The Blue Train

When Riding the Blue Train was first released, Jan Smit the then Senior Adviser Financieel-Strategische Prognoses of Eneco Groep wrote a review of the book, outlining the impact the Breakthrough Tools and principles had on his professional and personal life.  To celebrate the re-launch of the Riding the Blue Train, we are re-publishing the review in English and Dutch.   RIDING [...]

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