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The Powerful Pareto Principle

Written by Nathanial Marshall, Senior Consultant at LI Europe. Imagine that you’ve just stepped into a new role. Unsurprisingly, you’ve inherited a…

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Free Speed?

Written by Nathanial Marshall, Senior Consultant at LI Europe. You really can get something for nothing… Ever been frustrated by the struggle…

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Tender Process Tips

Written by Jeremy Praud, Head of UK & Europe at LI Europe. I toyed with the idea of calling this blog ‘how…

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Feedback Ratio – 5.6:1

Written by Erica Bassford The best performing teams give each other feedback in a ratio of 5.6 positive to 1…

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When you get a minute

Written by Jason Gledhill The phrases “Can you just…” or “When you get a minute…” are well recognised by Maintenance…

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Asset care: a Four Step Approach

Why do machines fail? Deterioration, stress and weakness are the main factors in machine failure. When we buy a brand…

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Before LI came we were a family run company and things had been done the same way for a hundred years. There was a lot of apprehension but the LI team had such a great way with people they won us over. People took to them. LI were great for our company and the systems they introduced are still in place.

Lesley Kercheval, Production Manager, KR Castlemaine

A key learning for me was that delegation is as much about the development of others as it is removing an action from my list. I now think of delegation as an opportunity for my team to develop and try new things. The more I do it, the more effective it is. Delegation is now one of my key management tools.

Front Line Manager on Aspire Programme