Growth

What is RWA Solutions?
Growth and change can present numerous challenges to any business.
RWA Solutions offer the knowledge, skills, and experience that clients often do not have within their existing teams to help overcome these challenges.
John Miller, Head of RWA Solutions, details what RWA Solutions has to offer.

In recent years, much has been written about achieving growth through acquisition. However it is easy to forget that for every announcement of an acquisition, there is a business that has been sold by its owners.

The insurance market is seeing an unprecedented period of change and this is forcing many brokers to think carefully about their future.
Some will make the decision to buy another business and protect what they have, whilst others will sell and move on.
Whether you are buying or selling, the advice is simple: Seek professional assistance.

It is becoming more and more common for businesses to be faced with a team scattered around the country, or even the world. Team Leaders and Managers can often be faced with many problems thrown up by the physical distance between the members.

Amy Foster, operations manager at RWA Solutions, explores the challenges that working effectively with a remote team can present.

Successful business owners are familiar with the transactional approach to running a business (business planning, meetings, setting targets, sales and finance), but in reality, leaders are also very creative people and by harnessing creativity as a skill, we can all transform our businesses and grow them better, faster and more sustainably.

A business that has unmotivated staff will soon see the negative impact this has on their performance.

Imagine that you visited your doctor tomorrow for advice and discovered that she hadn’t updated her knowledge or skills since she qualified 20 years ago.  How confident would you feel about taking her advice?

Will Greenwood, Pen Underwriting’s Brand Ambassador, talks about the importance of Planning, Peripheral Vision and The Team when trying to achieve success. How small, continual improvements - sometimes even just 1% at a time - across all critical factors can turn a good team into a great team, and in the case of England’s 2003 Rugby squad, a World Cup winning team.

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