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John Fisher

John Fisher has been a consultant with JMW since 1996. Clients credit him with helping them grapple with difficulties, coming up with approaches to deal with performance breakdowns, and supporting them in creating strategies to reach performance targets which might otherwise seem unreachable.
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Recent Posts

Can’t imagine your “to do” list going away? Think again.

The fourth entry a blog series by productivity expert John FisherRead article 1article 2, article 3

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Interested in real “peace of mind?”

The third entry a blog series by productivity expert John FisherRead article 1 and article 2 in the series

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Feeling stuck because of all you “have to do?” There’s another way.

The second entry a blog series by productivity expert John FisherRead article 1

It’s the start of a new year and so many of us are resolved to stay on top of everything in our lives and to not let...

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Worried that you’ll never get it all done? The good news: That’s okay

Are you feeling stress about something you know you need to deal with, but you’re not? Would you confess to having a running list of such things that you never seem to get to? Are you perhaps...

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Cooperation Can Be Bought, but Collaboration is Priceless

What is priceless about collaboration – and why are people talking about it?

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Collaboration: No Payment Required

When you consider monumental achievements in which people have come together in an unprecedented way, one common thread is that it didn’t happen because they were paid to come together. It happened...

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Collaboration: Why People Opt In

If you accept our premise that collaboration can’t be bought, but it can be inspired, that begs the question: How?

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Collaboration: People and Performance at Their Best

In a recent and much publicised report, Sir Ian Wood lays out a bold strategy for the monumental task of maximising the economic recovery from the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). In what he describes as...

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