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
I'm sure you'll agree with me that we live in a tough world of fast change!
It’s not always clear what an autocratic leader looks like and if that style of leadership actually works in a business setting.
As leaders our job is to create a high performance environment where success is inevitable.
Hope is not the only strategy for developing top teams - or any team come to think about it!
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.
Introduction I’ve spoken much in previous posts about meetings and how you can use them to build a culture of teamwork where each individual employee is motivated to work collectively towards the business’ goals. I’ve even mentioned how to create innovative thinking by using meetings as an opportuni
Many years ago over in China there was a lovely man who lived in a mountain village. Because he loved his beautiful wife and family so much he got up early every morning and he would pick up two pots with one of those sticks you put across your back, and he would walk for a mile and a half to a rive
I read in the papers a few years ago about a story of mum and a little girl. They were walking past a doctor’s surgery and the little girl tripped and fell over gashing her forehead on the brick wall around the surgery.
I remember the scene very vividly. The sand was blowing from the down thrust of the helicopter and as the tail door opened it was like a scene from a movie – the Regimental Sergeant Major (RSM) was carrying the boss (Commanding Officer) over his shoulder and running to the waiting medics. What happe