Author Archives: RosemaryCC

About RosemaryCC

Leadership Coach and Management Consultant helping you to clarify your goals and achieve success in your career or business. Also founder of Highflyingdivas and the Leadership Forum

My blog has moved!

Please note that my blog has now moved to my website at http://www.ccconsulting.org.uk and you can find it under News.  Do please subscribe to my blog from that place as I am not regularly monitoring this site any more.

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How to move your website up the google rankings

Here is a short blog I recently posted in LinkedIn which many have found useful so I am sharing it again.    I attended one of the CDN meetings the other week at which Ashleigh Auld from AuldDigital was presenting … Continue reading

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7 Levers to Business Growth

 A blog I recently posted in LinkedIn. received great comments, some of which asked me about the all important “Why?” that should first be answered before any business development can successfully start.  This “why” is included in my PROCESS growth … Continue reading

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Three steps to great leadership

Here is a blog I recently posted in LinkedIn.  I received great comments, some of which asked me about the all important “Why?” that should first be answered before any of the steps can be fully effective.  This is included … Continue reading

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How to spot and deal with a Passive-Agressive Manager

  I recently contributed to an article on the Institute of Leadership & Management’s website on this subject.  Here is my complete piece on this particular challenge. In Performance Management, you frequently hear the term “no surprises” meaning that Managers … Continue reading

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How to start by stopping

One of my clients is keen to focus on time management. He works an average of 65 hours a week and tells me he has over 50 emails a day which he needs to address. Add to this, his customer service activities, team management, admin and marketing and the question that rises in my mind is whether he is running his business or whether it is running him. My tips which I share in this blog are about thinking what he should stop doing. Continue reading

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From Fledgling to Soaring in the clouds of social media

Social media can appear far too complicated, with its acronyms such as SEO, terms such as Google Rankings, keywords and backlinks and tools including bing, hootsuite, Pinit and so on. This blog outlines what I did and found that works. Continue reading

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