Just for Farmers
We are working with David Hyner and Paul Harris to develop a webinar and podcast series. David Hyner of Stretch Development is a unique motivational speaker and facilitator on goal-setting and purpose, and Paul Harris of Real Success, consultants helping farmers manage the whole people's life-cycle from finding the right people for your business, helping you grow them so they will stay longer and motivating them to perform at their best.
The webinars are a relaxed and fun series of presentations that cover some serious topics that may help you make your busines more effective and help you become a happier farmer.
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Just for farmers (Part 1)
Introductions and man management
In this first video David and Paul introduce themselves and give an outline of the webinar series they are developing for us in our farming resilience community and then begin to discuss man management on the farm, how to get the best out of the team on your farm and personality profiling.
Just for farmers (Part 2)
Man management, effectiveness and well-being
Continuing the topics discussed in part 1 looking at your team, their personality styles and how to get the best out of them before starting to look at effectiveness. Are you a cow or a rhino? How do you become more rhino?
Just for farmers (Part 3)
Goal setting and planning
Plan your goals the way top achievers do, to achieve more both day to day and on creating massive goal. This topic is covered in more details in the course "How To Set & Achieve MASSIVE Goals" Access this course and others on the Emotional Resilience and Confidence page. The courses are free to those who have registered for support. Please use the explore course buttons below for free access. We are not able to remunerate you if you sign up for a course using a different route.
Just for farmers (Part 5)
1. An interview with Perthshire farmer and comedian Jim Smith to talk about his experiences and advice on diversification and life beyond farming.
2. Imposter syndrome the persistent inability to believe that the success you have achieved is deserved or has been achieved as a result of your own efforts or skills. In the second section David and Paul explore this looking at how it can impact on your business, how to avoid it and how to rebuild your confidence.
Just for farmers (Part 6)
Recruitment interviews, and emotional wellbeing with James Ainsworth
The interview process. You have developed a good process of identifying the best fit for your business and your team. In this part, David and Paul talk about doing your part to ensure you get the best candidate to fill the post.
In the second half of this part of Just for farmers, James Ainsworth, an expert on resilience and wellbeing, joins David to discuss his experiences of diversification, reconnecting with himself and becoming healthier and more resilient, and gives some advice on journey.
Just for farmers (Part 7)
Next Generations and Family Business Practice
David and Paul discuss working with younger people on your farm, especially recognising that they may different to you, accepting it and making sure you create an inclusive environment.
They then have a discussion with Peter Roper, the founder of the Family Business Practice and is a business consultant with a wealth of experience and is an authority in family business.
Just for farmers (Part 8)
David and Paul are in conversation with James Cantrill, a farmer in Staffordshire talking about his life in farming and politics, including the importance of diversification, innovation and change. In the second half of this session David is in conversation with Bill Young, former head of the Addington Fund (and much more!.
Just for farmers (Part 9)
There are many opportunities where you can present yourself or represent your business, whether that is to a group in the community, a formal gathering or at a trade show. In this episode, David and Paul discuss and give tips on how to make a good presentation (and we are not talking about making pretty PowerPoint slides), showing yourself to be full of confidence no matter how hard the butterflies are kicking and how to keep your audience fully engaged.