The Strategy Guy's Blog
I am excited to be speaking up north in Townsville.
Michael Kern and his team at the Townsville Chamber are hosting a unique business lunch and have kindly invited me to speak.
My talk will focus on the practical steps needed to develop a strategic mindset, including gaining a broader perspective on the future and how a strategic mindset can be used to promote mental resilience and greater health.
All of us are facing unprecedented challenges and opportunities in 2023. To meet these changes, I will be sharing, stories, knowledge, and tools to help business leaders become more effective and strategic.
We will learn to recognise cognitive biases, anticipate future trends, build strong relationships with stakeholders and achieve better results.
When I arrived to speak to Morton Bay business leaders at the Sandstone Point Hotel on Friday, every table had a sign placed by my host, the Caboolture Chamber.
The sign read: "A Strategic Mindset is essential in today's business world where disruption is constant."
The idea of a strategic mindset is an idea worth spreading.
It was an honour to speak to the Caboolture Chamber. They certainly know how to organize a fun event and create a fantastic learning environment – so much laughter and learning over the hour.
Even though the Caboolture Chamber is still relatively new in the Chamber of Commerce realm, they are already filled with enthusiastic and dedicated community leaders, such as Morton Bay Councillor Adam Hain, Paul Garcia, Chamber Relationship Manager from Business Chamber Queensland, and Yvonne Rinaldi, Principal of Caboolture Montessori School, as well as dozens of business owners and managers, like Marissa Austin, Operations Manager from ETC Ltd. I was truly...
I am excited to be part of Moreton Bay's celebration of Small Business Month.
Naomi Spence and her team at the Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce are hosting a unique business lunch and have kindly invited me to speak.
My talk will focus on the practical steps needed to develop a strategic mindset, including gaining a broader perspective on the future. All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of my best-selling book, The Strategy Book.
All of us are facing unprecedented challenges and opportunities in 2023. To meet these changes, I will share knowledge and tools to help you become more effective and strategic leaders. You'll learn to recognise cognitive biases, anticipate future trends, build strong relationships with stakeholders and achieve better results.
This business lunch is Friday 19 May at The Cellar in the Sandstone Point Hotel.
Last tickets on sale today and tomorrow.
The event is being generously supported by Moreton...
Throughout history, heading in that direction has always led to great opportunities. And in just one week, I'll be heading to Perth's Crown for this year's Advantage Conference - I'm pumped!
But wait, it gets better. I'll be sharing the stage with some seriously cool people: the high-energy, quick-witted Andrew Gill, communication master Bruce Cotterill, and adventure extraordinaire James Castrission, who holds not one, but TWO Guinness World Records.
Andrew will be the MC, keeping us all entertained and engaged, while Bruce shares his tips for effective communication and building meaningful relationships. And James? He'll be sharing his insane stories of adventure to inspire us all.
As for me, I'll be sharing practical skills and reliable action steps for leaders to navigate the ever-changing world of disruption, build future perspectives, and allocate resources like a boss. See www.halecg.com/keynote
I'm ready for an incredible conference and the chance to...
A strategic mindset is essential in today's business world where disruption is a constant.
Emerging technologies, evolving consumer preferences, and changing regulatory environments can all disrupt established business models and entire industries.
Having a strategic mindset includes understanding the forces shaping your industry and the trends likely to affect your organisation in the coming years. With a strategic mindset, leaders can anticipate challenges and opportunities and make decisions that position their firm for success.
Effective resource utilisation is also crucial. Leaders must focus on activities and initiatives that drive growth and profitability while letting go of those that no longer serve the organisation's goals. Disciplined resource allocation and avoiding chasing every shiny new opportunity can create a sustainable path to success.
Cultivating a strategic mindset among leaders can lead to benefits such as anticipating change, identifying the best growth...