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
“Have the courage to see what is wrong with your culture and then do something about it.”
What do I mean by culture? It is one of those words that gets banded around a lot, especially in the corporate world. Why?
It appears true in daily life and in the military that ‘no plan survives contact with the enemy’. For the purpose of this article, please read enemy as the physical enemy in war, the hidden enemy of a pandemic, the failed attempts in life and business along with our corporate competition. The questi
We live in a world of such phenomenal opportunity. Never before has there been so much opportunity for those brave enough to open their minds and grab what is available.
In today’s workplace, good leadership is make or break.
As a leader, which do you consider more important: The wellbeing of your team, or the effective achievement of company objectives?
There are times when managers fall into the dark side of leadership - a common type of incompetent leader who, according to Harvard Businesses Review, can be summarised by their characteristics such as diminished communication and reluctance to stand up for their team.
As leaders the only thing we are really in control of are the choices we make in the moment. I love story that Stephen Covey shared in his well-known work, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
Before I begin, we should first look at what this question actually means...
As we have discussed in a recent article about Autocratic Leadership, it’s not always clear what these kinds of leadership styles look like and, because of this obscurity, it can be hard for some to see how they might work in a business setting.
Many leaders fall into the trap of focussing on the deliverables/task before building the relationships and focussing on the people in the team.