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After last weekend’s Six Nations Coaching Conference in France, Gazing Performance Systems’ CEO, Martin Fairn, has this week published the top 6 lessons for business leaders to follow in order to develop a winning mind set.
Gazing Performance Systems has been chosen to help London Irish raise its game for the 2012/2013 season. With Brian Smith back as director of rugby at the club and following changes to both the players and coaches, Gazing will work closely with the team to ensure it has the skills and mindset in place to achieve consistently high on and off field performance. Fundamental tactics will include developing a common language for the team focused on Gazing’s unique performance under pressure methodologies, as well as concentrating effort on predicting what can go wrong; building skills to prepare for those ‘what if’ situations.
An excerpt of this full article was printed in the HRDIRECTOR magazine, Issue 92, June 2012.
Gazing Performance Systems, specialists in equipping people to perform effectively under pressure, has appointed two new accredited partners to its global network in order to meet the growing global requirements of existing and new customers. Both Grassroots and HCD were chosen specifically because of their language and cultural capability in Hong Kong, Japan, the Philippines and Singapore. HCD will also engage with Gazing clients in the UK and USA and has been accredited to deliver Gazing’s ‘Mindset Selling’ sales performance system, as well as its unique ‘Streamline’ system, developed specifically for Xerox. HCD will be deploying the ‘Streamline’ system in Fuji Xerox, covering the Asia Pacific region. Grassroots, an existing partner of Xerox in the region, has also been accredited to roll out the ‘Streamline’ system. Having two partners on board in the region provides Gazing with the ability to fast-track ‘time to launch’ for clients.
This article was printed in the Winning Edge Magazine, November/December 2012.
Is selling an art or a science? People who are perceived as being good at selling are seen to have strong inter-personal skills and be ‘a natural’– therefore implying it’s an art. On the other hand, it’s possible to conceptualise the process and see the science behind selling – from territory management, market research and all the data and technical aspects to making sure you know your potential customer targets.
Gazing Performance Systems has been chosen to help OpenText create a high performing work environment, focused on the customer and delivering excellence across its sales team. Gazing will deliver an innovative sales enablement framework to equip OpenText employees to perform effectively under pressure, using its unique one-page maps coupled with structured coaching sessions to ensure the training is implemented in practice on the ground.This investment will help OpenText align its expanding European business operation under a common framework, following a period of rapid growth. Over 100 people will go through workshops during the first six months.
Renzie Hanham, founding partner and director of Gazing Performance Systems, has been awarded The Queen’s Service Medal (QSM) for services to karate in the Queen’s birthday honours list, which was announced last weekend. This was in recognition of his valuable voluntary services work in New Zealand, where Renzie has been head instructor of the leading karate school since 1969. With over 49 years experience as a martial artist, he is a black belt in judo and a 8th degree black belt in seido karate, and is the senior instructor in New Zealand.