The Surveyorhood Book Report – by Surveyorhood

The next book in our series of Surveyorhood book reports is Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek. Part 1 of this book is titled “Our need to feel safe” and with the current uncertainty surrounding us, so much of the language on the contents page speaks volumes “belonging”, “the courage to do the right thing”, …

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The Secret Surveyor- shared by Surveyorhood

Feedback is data, and data is king. But why are some managers and leaders so bad at giving and receiving feedback? Feedback is all about effective communication, really listening, understanding, checking back and giving appropriate messages. If managers can’t get it right with staff, how can organisations be assured they are on message with clients, …

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Realistically Optimistic Resolutions by Joanna Farnsworth

The days are getting longer, lighter and brighter and at this time of year I focus on the excitement of moving forward into a more prosperous and happier new year. Not that it has been an ‘annus horribilis’, this year has been much kinder to me than the last, but not so for many of …

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In a World where you can be anything….. – by Joanna Farnsworth

Be Kind In a week that we celebrated World Kindness day (Wednesday 13th November) it is fantastic to see Surveyors again featuring on the Kindness and Leadership 50 leading lights awards list including the RICS longest ever serving president Amanda Clack  https://kindness.womenofthefuture.co.uk/our-candidate/2019/ “Kindness costs nothing to give but means the world to receive. You know …

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