Chris Hallett

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The Problem With Change is? (fear)

Do you really want to solve the problem and make a change in your life or are you just saying it? And by problem, I mean making a significant change in your life. That’s a familiar question that is based on a real conversation that I had recently.The Change ConversationWhen a lady recently discovered I was a […]

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The “Coffee on the Go Trap” (and what to do instead)

Are you one of the millions caught in the ‘coffee on the go’ trap?We’ve all been there, no time to sit and have a cup of coffee (or whatever your favourite drink); got to get on the road, I’m late, got to go to a meeting, get the kids, go to the gym, rush, rush, […]

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3 Questions Every Project Manager Should Ask and don’t

Select Columns LayoutWhat are the three key questions every Project Manager should ask before getting into the details of the project launch, stakeholder management and, delivering the project?These questions are vital to the success of the project and the emotional welfare of the Project Manager and their team. The three questions are:Question #1: What is my […]

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Stakeholder Engagement, Are You Playing the Blame Game?

Who is responsible for Stakeholder Engagement on Project? That is one of the most common claims as to why a project has ‘failed’ to deliver and a lesson that I learned the hard way.A Lesson LearnedSome years ago, I learned a hard lesson when an organisation decided that I was no longer required. Like many others […]

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3 Big Programme Office Mistakes (that fuel complexity, bureaucracy and hinder progress)

Are you a Project Management Professional and you believe that the Programme Office (PMO) fuels complexity, bureaucracy and hinders progress?The big question is, “How can the Programme Office simplify Project Delivery and eliminate complexity and bureaucracy”? First of all, let’s look at the problem, and then what can be done to eliminate that complexity and bureaucracy.The […]

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Why Tasks are Left Unfinished?

Every Business Owner wants to make a profit (unless you’re a not for profit organisation or charity), that’s why you are an Entrepreneur. How many assignments, goals or tasks do you start and never finish, or delay starting that could increase your profits?The truth is that starting a new assignment is easy, finishing them is […]

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Make Next Year Your Best Ever

Are just coasting or are you pressing ahead, foot flat to the floor to make this year and next, your best year ever? I’m sat looking at the corporate workers enjoying their lunch break on this cold frosty November lunchtime. Lunchtime happens to most corporate employees between 12:00 & 2:00 and is very ritualistic, in that […]

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Goals: The Biggest Mistake you Can Make

Did you hear about the love struck 30 yr. old man who set a goal to win the girl of his dreams?The love of his life was to be, 30 years, English, single and ideally 5ft 8 inches tall, however he said he would settle for someone between 5ft 4 inches and 5ft 7 inches […]

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Online Business: 5 Key Success Steps

Are you running an online business and suffering from overwhelm, stress and anxiety because of running a business online?Are you attempting to master every aspect of the online technology yourself, feel drained and that it has taken over your life?No doubt you have heard the Internet Marketing Experts who make massive profits running an online […]

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The Customer Journey

The Customer Journey starts with list building and I’d liken that to a dog chasing a car. When the dog catches the car, it stands there puzzled, because it doesn’t know what to do with it! The same is true of your online business. When a prospect visits your website, how are you going to engage […]

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