Tips for keeping on the right course

Look forwards, not backwards

You may not always do things right the first time, but you can learn from what happened and do better next time.

Take risks – in a measured way

When working on challenges, try doing new things and doing old things in new ways. But don’t go too wild! New team members should learn the established way of handling a problem before inventing a new way.

Ask for input

Don’t just rely on your own perceptions – people see things in different ways and a fresh perspective could create a lightbulb moment on a tricky problem you are working on.  Ask for feedback from your colleagues, clients, and anyone else involved with the problem you’re trying to solve. And share all of this input with everyone on the team so you can make individual and collective decisions about what to do next.

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Jane Short is fantastic!!! She has helped us so much, she replies to emails straight away and is so helpful. However, all the team at Dodds Penrith are brilliant, from the first person you speak with on reception, nothing is too much trouble and everyone has time to deal with any questions you may have.
-- Thomas Soulsby