peer learning Tag

Asking for help can be good for you and your small business as we continue to navigate change. We are three months into the year and already many small business owners are struggling to stay motivated. We may have started with the right intentions – jumped on board with a focus word, revised our business and marketing plans and colour-coded our...

We are always learning in small business. There are changes in technology. Shifts in the market. Social developments. New opportunities arise, as do new threats. It’s a constantly evolving and moving situation. As small business owners we need to be committed to lifelong learning. One of the best ways is through peer learning, where we learn from and with each other....

Kirstie is the Director of A Path To Follow. They provide customised mental wellbeing support to young people and their families. Kirstie started A Path To Follow in 2010, motivated by her experiences with mental health challenges, both personally, and professionally, managing family and allied health services. A Path To Follow was first a blog for raising awareness of youth mental...

In our first member case study, meet one of our foundation Beyond Business Groups members – Miriam Wynne. In these case studies we will demonstrate how our learning program is helping small business owners, what they see as the biggest benefits, and what they have done to strengthen their businesses.  Meet Miriam Miriam is Practice Manager at EBR Physio, a family-owned physiotherapy...

We have been thinking a lot about how to approach Beyond Business Groups during COVID-19. How do we approach marketing the program in such a difficult time? How do we pivot an idea based on the benefits of face-to-face learning? Nichole and I set up Beyond Business Groups because we appreciated the value of getting together and thrashing out challenges faced...

Is your business thriving the way it could be? Are day-to-day demands and distractions taking over and impeding you from working ‘on’ your business? Let alone keeping up with the latest info and tools? This is a huge issue for many solo business owners. Then there’s the other biggie – isolation. Not having people to bounce ideas off, discuss issues...

When starting your Beyond Business Group a key question is coffee or wine? If your meeting revolves around coffee, or as is my preference, tea, the obvious benefit is cake. Or slice (caramel please). On the other hand you could have cheeses, dips and olives if your meeting involves wine. Or beer. Or cocktails. And then there’s always the option of...