The PESTEL tool is used to evaluate various threats and opportunities in 6 key areas: Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal.
It is typically used as during long-term planning to get a macro (big picture) perspective on issues that could impact the organization. Combined with the SWOT Analysis, this tool can provide incredible insights for risk intelligent decision-making.
Did a long-time employee just hand in their 2-week notice?
Are you worried about how fast you’ll be able to find a reliable replacement?
Hiring the right people is extremely important for every business owner. That’s because staff are the most important resource in any company. Replacing an employee can cost significant money, time, and effort.
To avoid making an expensive and frustrating hiring mistake, you need a way to evaluate your company’s turnover data.
In this post, I explain some facts about turnover, why it relates to organizational risk, and how to calculate the total annual cost of adding new staff.
Without a clearly defined processes to deal with unexpected turnover in your company, you will be facing a lot of unknowns. Risk Intelligence is the ability to perceive what could happen before it happens.
If you feel blindsided by a sudden resignation, or shocked by events that forced you to fire key staff members, then it’s time to boost your level of risk intelligence.
I specialize in helping business owners (especially natural health practitioners) to identify their goals, prioritize tasks in order to grow their business, and create a balance so they feel more in control.
Today I want to answer a question that has come up a few times lately with several of my clients:
“How do I know what type of content to write in my blog?”
“Am I sharing the right type of information for my patients and people I want to serve?”
Watch the video, or follow along with a written version below.
The book 60 Minute Operational Risk Management is a reference guide for leaders who want a practical framework for recognizing and responding to risk. It breaks down complicated, abstract concepts in easy-to-understand and visual concepts.
Can we be aggressive toward someone and not even know it?
I think we can.
Aggression is behavior that is hostile, forceful, or destructive. It comes from the Latin ad- (“to”) and the word gradi (“to step toward something or approach; to attack”).
It is an outward expression of inward anger that can cause incredible harm to others, even if we don’t realize it at first. Sometimes it’s difficult to know what aggression looks like, especially if you’re very comfortable with a highly competitive atmosphere.