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How to Address the Monsters of Team Performance with Andrew Bull


How to Address the Monsters of Team Performance with Andrew Bull

By , September 12, 2022
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In this episode of the Exit Insights Podcast, Darryl Bates interviews Andrew Bull, author of Monsters of Team Performance. In the conversation, Andrew shares how team performance can impact the culture of your business and hold back productivity. Andrew is relatable to business owners because he has experienced first-hand how issues within a team can hold back productivity. He offers a solution in the form of his book, which provides action steps to help identify and eliminate the monsters that are holding your team back.

In this episode featuring Andrew Bull, we discussed:

1. The role that team performance plays in business success

2. The impact of a blame culture on productivity

3. The importance of taking responsibility for one’s own

For more on this topic and perspective, check out this episode on Succession Plus Youtube Channel and Exit Insights Spotify.

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Darryl Bates-Brownsword

Darryl Bates-Brownsword

CEO | Succession Plus UK

Darryl is a dynamic, driven Business Mentor and Coach with over 20 years of experience and passion for creating successful outcomes for founder-led businesses. He is a great connector, team builder, problem solver, and inspirer – showing the way through complexity to simplicity.

He has built 2 international multi-million turnover businesses; one now operating in 16 countries. His quick and analytical approach cuts through to the core issues quickly and identifying the context. He challenges the status quo and gets consistent, repeatable and reliable business results.

Originating in Australia, Darryl’s first career was as an Engineer in the Power Industry. Building businesses bought him to the UK in 2003 where he quickly developed a reputation for combining systems thinking with great creativity to get results in challenging situations.

A keen competitive cyclist, he also has a B Eng (Mech) Engineering and an MBA.