Blue Sky Performance Improvement
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  • “In the new world of sales, being able to ask the right questions is more valuable than producing the right answers”. So said Dan Pink when we interviewed him recently and in our opinion, never is that going to be more crucial than in the next few days as we work our way through Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

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  • Blue Sky Performance Improvement | Sally Earnshaw | Elevator Pitch
  • Blue Sky | Sally Earnshaw | Permission Culture | The Ivy
  • Blue Sky | Knowledge Videos | Making change stick

    Making a change stick.

  • Quality Control Clip from BBC "The Call Centre"
  • Marginal Change Sir Dave Brailsford

    At Blue Sky Performance Improvement​ we firmly believe in the "Small Change, Big Difference" theory, Sir David Brailsford is credited as one of the principal architects in transforming Team GB's cycling team. He believed in a concept that he referred to as the “aggregation of marginal gains, which looks at small changes resulting in big results. Check out this video where he explains it a bit ...

  • John Sweeney, BBC reporter for Panorama, really losing it!

    Desperate Lies of the BBC - "Reporter" John Sweeney, pilloried on YouTube as the "exploding tomato," proves once again that you can lead him to the truth, but you can't make him think. Watch the investigative video report. "Scientology and Me", a Panorama investigation into Scientology written and presented by Sweeney, was aired on BBC One on Monday, 14 May 2007. Prior to its airing, video footag...

  • The Behavior of a B2B Buyer

    What are the factors that influence the buyer in today's modern world? www.blue-sky.co.uk

  • "How do you set up for wisdom?" Ricardo Semlar

    Two decades after transforming a struggling equipment supplier into a radically democratic and resilient (and successful) company, Ricardo Semler wants organisations to become wise. www.blue-sky.co.uk

  • Make it Human | Searching For The Best Customer Service Experiences

    Has someone made your day? We're on a mission to celebrate the thoughtful, funny, surprising people who are finding pride and pleasure in their jobs and making customer conversations that little bit more human. Our team hit the streets to speak to the Christmas shopper's and see if their experiences were happy human ones. We surprised the staff all across the retailers with on the spot #makeithu...

  • Look Up - Is Social Media Really Social?

    Social media are computer-mediated tools that allow people or companies to create, share, or exchange information, career interests, ideas, and pictures/videos in virtual communities and networks. But is the growing use of social media, affecting the way we actually socialise in real life? Look up from your phone..... www.blue-sky.co.uk

  • The Apple Store Experience | Ron Johnson

    " The Apple experience is infused across the stores, the websites and with resellers. It is almost a cultural thing. In the shops, the people who take the money do not hide behind the tills. They are interacting with customers and demonstrating the Apple products. Retailers need to stamp their identity at every touchpoint and increase their connection with the customer ".

  • How Powerful Can Words Be?

    Words have incredible power—take control of your habitual vocabulary to change the quality of both your work and personal life. Harness the power of words to grow your business today: www.blu-sky.co.uk

  • First impressions Count

    Everything counts in a first impression. Everything you do or don't do either adds to or takes away from your credibility to influence someone as a leader. www.blue-sky.co.uk

  • What is Negativity Bias?

    The negativity bias] (also known as the negativity effect) refers to the notion that, even when of equal intensity, things of a more negative nature (e.g. unpleasant thoughts, emotions, or social interactions; harmful/traumatic events) have a greater effect on one's psychological state and processes than do neutral or positive things. In other words, something very positive will generally have les...

  • Formula One Pit Stop : 1950 V's Today

    See how the F1 Pit stop routine has evolved since 1950. www.blue-sky.co.uk

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