How many times have you been in a dreadful meeting? It has been estimated we spend 6 years (yes years) of our working life in meetings that add no value. I'm on a mission to change that by running powRead More
In October 2018, Successfactory Founder Graham Wilson was invited to speak at HRFest in Budapest. You can watch his entire keynote speech below.
I’m going to make a guess that you are a really busy person … so thank you for taking the time to read this article, you must really want to improve your meetings!
Hope is not the only strategy for developing top teams - or any team come to think about it!
I'm sure this article is going to ruffle a few feathers! I am totally against 'pure coaching' when working with leaders. When I say pure coaching I mean the practice of just asking questions.
Do you believe in Father Christmas? Reading time – 3 minutes.
I believe the role of a leader is to create a high performance environment where success is inevitable. We achieve this by awakening possibility in people to deliver extraordinary results.
Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships. Michael Jordan
Introduction I’ve spoken a lot about many different leadership styles and how they can work in your favour to drive your teams to success. That’s great and all but what style is right for you? Obviously, that’s impossible for me to judge. You’re the only one who can determine the perfect style for y
Introduction There are many interpretations of what laissez faire leadership actually means. Let’s look at how the actual phrase translates from French to English: Laissez faire = leave do / let do So, when talking about laissez faire leadership, what we mean is a leader who is comfortable leaving h
Introduction If you’re stressed, it means you’re doing something right… right? Stress is something that, unfortunately, we’ve all had to deal with at some point and we’ve become accustomed to the idea that, if someone is stressed, they are working hard. Because of this, stress can appear to be part
It is very rare (in fact I would say non-existent) that a group of people who are randomly thrown together will instantly begin operating as a high performing team. I have both built and worked in numerous high performing teams over my 25+ years of experience of leadership and it has become very cl