John Moore

About John Moore

John Moore has over 20 years experience of training and developing Managers, Coaches, Consultants and businesses. As Managing Director of Exponential Training, John researches, speaks, blogs and writes about how to improve performance. He also designs and delivers engaging, fun and interactive learning programmes. John is a Fellow Chartered Manager and has worked with managers and organisations in over 20 different countries.

Latest Posts by John Moore

Are you fit for business growth?

John Moore / 13th November, 2016

With increasing levels of stress at work, growing companies need strategies to ensure the health and welfare of employees whilst meeting business targets. The answer is Fit4BusinessGrowth (F4BG). Helping Businesses to Improve Performance Unlike many business growth programmes which focus purely on how to accelerate growth and expansion, F4BG also looks at the people that make growth happen – the employees. The F4BG Model comprises 16...

Exponential and Business Optimism Post BREXIT

John Moore / 10th November, 2016

Despite the shock result of the BREXIT referendum, Exponential Training and other businesses in the UK are not as pessimistic about the economy as the media might have you believe. Let’s look at the evidence. Latest Business Research New research from Grant Thornton International has found that business confidence in the Midlands remained strong in the third quarter of 2016, despite the UK’s vote to leave the European Union. It found that...

DiTEM

John Moore / 4th November, 2016

To give this project it’s full name, Digital Transformation of European Micro Enterprises is about developing an innovative learning pathway for entrepreneurs and managers to be able to implement strategies to support the digital transformation of their enterprises. A Digital Transformation in Small Businesses Recognising the underutilisation by the majority of small and medium-sized enterprises, partners will design and deliver a new...

The trouble with projects is…

John Moore / 26th October, 2016

Project IPEC is an innovative Erasmus+ project that has the potential to transform the way small businesses manage projects. Next year will see the launch of Project IPEC a new project management app designed specifically for small and medium-sized businesses. Why not get the app? Most projects overrun on time and budget FACT #1: Projects overrun on both time and costs. FACT #2: Most projects fail to deliver the proposed results and...

Flipping First

John Moore / 13th October, 2016

Unless you have been asleep for 15 years, you cannot help but notice that technology has and continues to change the way people work and learn. The latest wave of technology sees the widespread use of ‘flipping’. What on earth is ‘flipping’? What is ‘Flipping’? One definition of flipping suggest that it is: '… a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning...

Exponential Carries on Despite BREXIT

John Moore / 31st July, 2016

The UK may have voted to leave the EU, but Exponential Training continues to forge partnerships with education and training institutes throughout Europe. As a result of a series of successful Erasmus+ applications, we will be working with another 16 European Partners over the next three years. One of the founding principles of Exponential Training is embracing and adapting new ideas, technologies and delivery models. One way we achieve this...

The High Performance Manager

John Moore / 25th July, 2016

How would you like to get a sneak preview at our NEW High Performance Manager programme starting in October 2016? Register your interest for our FREE Webinar and receive a copy of the High Performance Manager Model. The High Performance Manager I am thrilled to announce that after 12 months of researching, designing and working with dozens of High Performance Managers, we are ready to go live with our new High Performance Manager...

Top 10 Tips for Being a Great Manager

John Moore / 4th July, 2016

Being a great manager is about more than just giving out orders and telling people what to do. This is not and never has really been the case, but in today’s busy ever increasingly competitive world, there is less and less room for ineffective managers. What Makes a GREAT Manager? Is it that they know how to lead by example? That they are highly knowledgeable about their industry? That they excel at their job role or functional specialism?...

8 Defence Mechanisms Used by Politicians and Others

John Moore / 30th June, 2016

Over the last two weeks we have seen how David Cameron, Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and even Roy Hodgson cope with being rejected. What can you learn from them and how can it help you? Become a High Performance Manager We have seen how many different managers and leaders have handled being rejected in the full glare of the media. Some, like the England Manager Roy Hodgson, wanted to just 'walk away' and not to talk about it. David Cameron...

The Euros, Brexit and Vardy?

John Moore / 17th June, 2016

There are two major competitions being played out in Europe right now. There is the Euro 2016 football competition and then there is the EU BREXIT referendum. But why might Jamie Vardy be the key to both? Jamie Vardy – the key? There can be no doubt the EU debate is complex and most people have an opinion. Some say we need to leave and others say we must stay. Likewise, many (interested in our national football teams) have an opinion...