At Strategy Collective, our mission revolves around propelling businesses towards remarkable success. We specialise in offering a diverse range of services designed to empower both SMEs and larger corporations. Our expertise spans crucial areas such as brand and marketing, people and culture, and business strategy.

In the fast-paced world of business, leaders often find themselves grappling with the challenge of enhancing productivity while maintaining a positive work culture. Caring leadership, a philosophy that prioritises the well-being and growth of team members, has emerged as a powerful approach to achieving these goals. We delve into five quick-fire ways to become a caring leader.

Creativity isn’t just important for ‘creative’ jobs, creativity plays a part in almost every aspect of business nowadays. However, common perception of what it means to be creative naturally lends itself towards creative roles – designers, photographers, and artists etc. But what if we said you can discover your inner creative no matter your background, skillset or job title?

If you’ve ever heard yourself say “I don’t have a creative bone in my body” or “I couldn’t draw a stick man if I tried” then this blog is for you! We know that creativity lies in everyone – it’s just about unlocking it.

We identified early on that Strategy Collective needed a shared vision, mission and values with a clear strategic plan and defined goals to ensure we knew the road we were travelling and how we were going to get there, as a team and for our clients.

“There’s always a story. It's all stories really. The sun coming up every day is a story. Everything's got a story in it. Change the story, change the world” ~ Terry Pratchett.

Understand the way your candidates think to place them in the best environment to thrive. People who are recruited using skills-based hiring are happier in their job roles than those who are not. Our People and Culture team believe that skills-based hiring is a growing trend that shows no signs of slowing down.

A wide variety of work models are emerging nationally and globally as a result of peoples' growing desire for flexibility and their pursuit of work-life balance.

The saying is “You can hear him before you can see him.” David Macnamara and Groovy Kermit are local icons to late night revellers in New Plymouth.

An on-going journey to learning and understanding Te Reo Māori, and a desire to create beautiful paintings, has helped Maryanne form a deep spiritual connection to her artwork.

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