Andrew Huffer has over 25 years experience in working with organisations, businesses, managers and communities and at a state, national and international level. He designs and delivers specialist engagement processes, with a focus on facilitating open decision making processes and skill development of clients. He has delivered presentations and workshops at a number of state, national and international conferences.
Here’s some quick tips to help in keeping your teams to stay engaged online and working collaboratively. If your staff are working from home for the first time, it’s probably going to require a bit of extra effort to make sure that this is a great experience for them. Keeping […]Read More
Dealing with client engagement in changing circumstances I hope you’re fit, well and focused right now – that’s where I’m putting my energies, especially around client engagement. I’ll get straight to the point today to let you know of some strategies that you can easily use to continue to work […]Read More
Well I reckon I’ve got that one covered… This is wonderful wisdom from Kitty Flanagan in her fantastic book, ‘488 Rules for Life’ (The Thankless Task of Being Correct.) Kitty reasons that we kind of look OK with grey anyway, so just go with it. There are three BIG reasons […]Read More
At 4am on Monday morning I woke in severe pain – feeling like someone had hooked high powered jumper leads to my inner left thigh – not pretty! By daylight there was more trouble – a bright, red, burning rash spreading across my lower calf. Neither of these improved much […]Read More
If public speaking is part of your role and you want some tips on how to grab your audience, then read on! For some of us, public speaking is a regular part of our roles and we’ve learnt to deal with it. For many of us, it’s an occasional demand […]Read More
Harnessing Motivation – Four not-so-conventional Motivational Strategies In a previous life I delivered a course called Effective Personal Leadership. Module Six focused on motivation. During one particular program, star participant, Jenny was a no-show. She rang a few days later and half-giggling, said, “Andrew, I just couldn’t be bothered!” We […]Read More