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  • Sharemilker | Target Focus Website | Page 2
    of care to sharemilkers Posted on August 16 2012 by ianhandcock I agree with John Larmer s call for Fonterra to change their stance to sharemilking disputes The 50 50 Sharemilking contract is not covered under the sharemilking act as stated There are other sharemilking dispute cases at present where farmowners have made bogus claims and stopped sharemilker milk payments Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged conciliation farming Fonterra milk new Zealand Sharemilker Leave a comment Succeed as a Sharemilker Advice you haven t heard before Posted on August 9 2012 by ianhandcock Whether you want to go contract milking lower order sharemilking or 50 50 being your own boss is the next best thing since the ¼ acre section Feel good articles about families who have done the hard yards and now own Continue reading Posted in Farming Inspiration Uncategorized Tagged 50 50 cows farming inspiration new Zealand pastures rural Sharemilker succeed winning Leave a comment Older posts Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to

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  • stress | Target Focus Website | Page 3
    condition yourself to reduce stress Posted on October 17 2012 by ianhandcock There is a natural cycle in Dairy farming that if understood would stop a lot of unneccessary stress and disputes on farms There are always outside factors that contribute to stress but there are also controllable factors that gnaw away at farmers at Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture coaching cows dairy farming farmer wellness farming mindset new Zealand people stress Leave a comment Are you setting yourself up for success Posted on October 1 2012 by ianhandcock Are you setting yourself up for success with your personal and professional life There is a quote I read somewhere recently that goes the answer is yes the question is how and that pretty well sums things up The press Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture burnout coaching dairy farmer wellness farming lessons life motivation new Zealand people stress Leave a comment Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going

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  • Self- Motivating workplaces – Language | Target Focus Website
    involved If you are looking at changing or improving results in your workplace a good place to start is listening to the language being used I had the good fortune of helping a young netball team when they really were down and out at their end of year Upper North Island College netball tournament Their language lacked confidence and belief two vital components of success The change on court after our discussion was dramatic and they went on to win their last three games and against the odds stayed in the A grade A successful team will use words such as belief confident motivated positive achieve results accountable commit organised energy success yes inspired Even if they do not use these words directly they are the foundation behind their conversations It is difficult to make change in the workplace environment without changing people s attitudes first This must come from within so if you want to make change take the time to listen to the language being used and ask yourself Is it positive Is it motivating And most importantly does it build confidence and belief in you and your staff Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Like this Like Loading About ianhandcock Passion about Farmer wellbeing Personal coach View all posts by ianhandcock This entry was posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Self motivating workplace and tagged confidence culture farms language positive self belief Self Motivating success Bookmark the permalink Drought shows need for Leadership at Grassroots Level Never Give Up On Your Dreams Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your

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  • confidence | Target Focus Website
    Tagged confidence culture farms language positive self belief Self Motivating success Leave a comment Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting back on track Pasture Focus Philosophy Categories Categories Select Category

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  • self belief | Target Focus Website
    workplace Tagged confidence culture farms language positive self belief Self Motivating success Leave a comment Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting back on track Pasture Focus Philosophy Categories Categories Select

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  • Target Focus Website | People first focus to get the most out of farming. | Page 5
    responsible for their actions on the field Developing leadership in players builds confidence so they can make decisions about what is in front of them and then act accordingly usually in very rapid time Farmers sharemilkers and their staff are merely players in the farming game There is no doubt that the face of farming is changing We no longer have the farming generations coming through to take over operations so it is even more important now to develop the relative newcomers to the industry for the success of farming in the future You cannot do this by information teaching alone as it becomes the Possum in the headlights scenario when times get tough Farmers must learn to develop leadership in the people at grass roots level so they can be profitable and sustainable in the future Here are three ways coaching can help Develop a learning culture This is not just AgITO or Tertiary type learning This is an in depth understanding that everyone fully understands everything they do why they do it and what the potential outcome will be Be open to feedback and help them find the answers to their questions Encourage decision making Making decisions is an important part of becoming a leader They won t always get it right but they will be continually learning Give them responsibility to talk to vets stock agents and the like Make sure they learn and fully understand compliance responsibilities such as NAIT and Effluent management Step back Give staff room to move Using a consultant to tell your manager or sharemilker what to do each month is NOT stepping back If you have hand picked someone to manage your business then let them do it Set some parameters for staff to work to and let them go for it You want individuals express their strengths you do not want a clone of yourself Coaching is a proven method of getting the best results in any business and Target Focus Ltd is the only coaching company dedicated to helping farmers in New Zealand So show some leadership in the industry and develop yourself and the people in your business Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Like this Like Loading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Summer Uncategorized Tagged agriculture cows dairy dairy farming drought El Nino farmer wellness farming Fonterra new Zealand pastures Sharemilker stress summer sunshine winning Leave a comment GET THE RIGHT COACH Posted on November 21 2012 by ianhandcock We have all heard the saying a champion team will always beat a team of champions well farming and business are exactly like sport in that sense The Welsh Rugby team is a prime example of what happens with the wrong person at the helm No one could have prepared the Wales for their spate of losses recently How could a team that was as close as anyone to getting the Webb Ellis trophy in 2011 now sit 0 5 leading into a test against the All Blacks Wales

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  • coaching | Target Focus Website | Page 3
    things to condition yourself to reduce stress Posted on October 17 2012 by ianhandcock There is a natural cycle in Dairy farming that if understood would stop a lot of unneccessary stress and disputes on farms There are always outside factors that contribute to stress but there are also controllable factors that gnaw away at farmers at Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture coaching cows dairy farming farmer wellness farming mindset new Zealand people stress Leave a comment Are you setting yourself up for success Posted on October 1 2012 by ianhandcock Are you setting yourself up for success with your personal and professional life There is a quote I read somewhere recently that goes the answer is yes the question is how and that pretty well sums things up The press Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Tagged agriculture burnout coaching dairy farmer wellness farming lessons life motivation new Zealand people stress Leave a comment Older posts Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles

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  • Week one down on the farm. | Target Focus Website
    the cows can eat it Low utilisation now means underfeeding is a big risk especially as energy demands rise with the wet and cold weather Meal breaks will become a luxury for some as they trudge through sodden ground putting up fences and picking up muddy calves Tips Don t leave cows on the paddock longer than they need to be 15 minutes too long on wet soils can damage the paddock for the rest of the season Pick up calves twice daily and tube feed with warm fresh colostrum Milk colostrum cows OAD until they can eat enough to meet their energy demands Use Homeopathics to help with calving ailments stress and infections Use yards to feed supplements to hold rotation length out and prevent pugging Feed hay to all stock if you have enough or to milkers and Colostrums to keep them settled Above all else stay ahead of the game Best wishes Ian Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Like this Like Loading About ianhandcock Passion about Farmer wellbeing Personal coach View all posts by ianhandcock This entry was posted in Farming Weekly farm report and tagged calves colostrum cows energy farming Hauraki Plains Homeopathic milk OAD Bookmark the permalink Weekly on farm happenings and Tips Find a way to make it happen Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Search for Recent

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