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About Ric Willmot

Ric's background is in accounting, financial planning, professional rugby coaching, and executive leadership. He's been the CEO of three organisations. In 2004, Ric founded his consulting practice and a research organisation. His consulting & training business is mostly in Asia, the Middle East, and the Pacific. He's the author of seven books and speaks on average at 20 conferences each year.
23 08, 2017

People are not adverse to change

By | August 23rd, 2017|Change Management|

It's not change but ambiguity that people resist During the Leader to Leader Forum for Siemens in 2014, I spoke on Change Management, and I sat with the CEO while we answered questions from the audience on the challenges of leadership. My premise was captured [...]

22 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No. 112 — Not the same

By | August 22nd, 2017|People Performance, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 112 — Not the same Your employees are not the same. Your clients are not the same. Your friends are not the same. Your peers are not the same. It's naive and wrong to consider they are and to treat them that way. The [...]

21 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.225 — Getting the “Call-Up”

By | August 21st, 2017|People Performance, Wisdom for the Week|

No.225 — Getting the "Call-Up" There are many professions where people dream of getting the "Call-Up". Sportspeople, salespeople, advertising agencies, thespians, musicians, and more. Getting the call-up validates your worth. It verifies and corroborates that you have arrived and are one of the best. It's [...]

18 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No. 111 — What are you working on?

By | August 18th, 2017|Leadership, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 111 — What are you working on? When you're asked what you're working on, are you excited, enthusiastic and proud to share your answer? You better hope you are. Otherwise, why are you doing it? Why are you there? Why are you persisting? No [...]

17 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No. 110 — Game On!

By | August 17th, 2017|Sales & Networking, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 110 — Game On! Professional sports is highly competitive. There's less than 20 contracted players in the Australian Cricket Team at any given point in time. Out of a population of 22.8 million, it's a hard gig to get. Acting is highly competitive. There's [...]

16 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No. 25 — Initiative

By | August 16th, 2017|Pricing & Value, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 25 — Initiative There are three options to being a person of interest and having a job. If you can productively and efficiently deliver any one of these — you are a person of interest to others and will never be unemployed: Sales Value-added input [...]

15 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No. 24 — Remarkable Quality

By | August 15th, 2017|Marketing & Branding, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 24 — Remarkable Quality Make it quality, always. I'm not speaking of quality assurance where you "meet specifications". I'm referring to the quality that makes something worth doing. My grandfather would say, "A job done well is a job well done." His teaching was [...]

14 08, 2017

Willmot’s Weekly Wisdom No.224 — Intimidation

By | August 14th, 2017|Wisdom for the Week|

No.224 — Intimidation Tribalism is the new black. You're either on my side or you are the enemy. Disagreement is no longer having your own point of view. No. It's heresy. Intimidation is the ugly force of bullies rather than the logic, language, debate, and argumentation of considerate [...]

11 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No. 23 — Competence

By | August 11th, 2017|Business Strategy|

No. 23 — Competence In 2001 Newsweek ran an article entitled: Inside The Circle Of Competence. It related to the successes of Warren Buffet and others because they work on a premise of "Buy what you know" in the share market. Unfortunately, in business, this [...]

10 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No. 21 — Business Plateaus

By | August 10th, 2017|Business Strategy, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 21 — Business Plateaus What causes the business plateaus that frustrate and often hurt our organisation? Occasionally it's because we become comfortable with mediocrity. You're already doing well, so why try harder? The reason why you must always try harder is that you may [...]