Doing Round The Bays in style:
Oh yeah baby, fluoro is the way to go! Well, if you want to look like Richard Simmons anyway...
The Clarity team (and fit ring-ins) took to the streets of Auckland to run the 8.4km Round The Bays, with team 1 coming in at a creditable 46 minutes. Running can be fun!
Lead On: networking at its best
It was great to be part of the first Lead On business networking lunch event at The Northern Steamship in Britomart yesterday. The 26 people who came along represented a wide range of companies and industries, and created a lively, fun and thoroughly rewarding event. Relaxed, interesting and highly engaging, it was just as networking should be.
The next one is due to take place at the same location on Wednesday 14th March at 12:30pm.
Please email George if you'd like to come along!
Breakfast event - Thursday 23 November
Visiting British author and global thought leader Neil Gaught put on a breakfast in association with The Clarity Business.
Neil shared his powerful insights on how society is changing business – and offered guidance on how businesses should position themselves for the future.
As the author of CORE: How a Single Organizing Idea Can Change Business for Good - which has since been nominated for a business book award in the UK, Neil has a powerful approach that will help leaders to better respond to today’s challenges.
Jacinda Neighdern's a winner!
Jacinda Neigh-dern, Clarity's entry in the inaugural Generator McAlpine Stakes, a three-furlong pantomime horse race, proved to be a reasonably slow horse, but one with strong dancing style and a good sense of timing.
Not the most stylish horse, nor the most out there, but her ability to sneak away ahead of the pack on the last leg of the race saw her take out the win!
Many thanks to Generator for what was a really superb event. Bring on next year!
Check out the awesome video of the event HERE:
George really enjoyed MC-ing The Keystone Trust's annual awards evening last Thursday. The trust, its leadership and the students who are the beneficiaries of its scholarships, are equally - and thoroughly - impressive.
And it's always great to work with Victoria McArthur and Louella Mancer, who make the daunting task of growing a hugely successful trust look easy. Thank you for involving us!
In the news
Great to see our client Minter Ellison Rudd Watts talking in the New Zealand Herald today (26 October 2017) about ways to meet and fund the many infrastructure challenges we face in NZ. MERW partners Tom Fail and Sarah Sinclair demonstrating their insightful perspectives, as ever:
Keystone skills session
Here's George working through some presentation skills with the ever-impressive scholarship students of The Keystone Trust - not sure what's up on screen, but there must be a point to it!
Co-working poster children!
Always at the forefront of trends, it's good to see George and Dan from Clarity in this New Zealand Herald article on co-working in our "trendy and funky Generator co-working space in Britomart, Auckland"...
NZTG smashing media coverage at #NZTGCONF
Great to see NZ Trade Group showcasing some of the media coverage it has achieved to 116 members at #NZTGCONF 2017. We love working with this highly innovative nationwide organisation, which helps trades businesses to get ahead faster. And it's good to see NZTG using media coverage to build its reputation among its own partners too...
And the message is:
Great Lions Mixer!
George was of course happy with the convincing Lions win, but more so with the turnout and the people who came.
Thank you all for coming - and keep your eyes peeled for the next Clarity Mixer, to be announced in due course.
Clarity clients win $3 billion in work!
"The successes that our clients enjoy at in targeting, approaching and then submitting tender submissions is testament to their committed and message-focused approach," says George Hulbert, Director of The Clarity Business.
"When organisations think ahead to the bids they want to target several months ahead of time, and then position their businesses to succeed - promoting the qualities that align with their intended clients - they are so much more likely to succeed.
"At a time when evaluation weightings in formal procurement processes are increasingly favouring non-price attributes, any organisation looking to win work through submitting a tender should consider how they can focus their message before and during the process."