Monthly Archives: February 2016

Who comes first – you, your team or your organisation?

Over the weekend I was reading through a 2013 research report from the CIPD that identified that lack of support to managers led to leadership problems and a crisis in organizational culture – a situation that I believe still remains. … Continue reading

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How prepared are you for your leadership role?

Are you prepared for the noise, the volatility and the exposure … and the loneliness? You’re expected to keep pace with often-conflicting stakeholders. They’re both inside and outside your organisation. You like to think of yourself as tuned-in … and … Continue reading

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3 Things Observing Leaders Won’t Tell You!

Many people develop their leadership qualities by observing leadership role models in the everyday … at work, at home, in their community. Unfortunately, leadership learning by osmosis – that subtle or gradual absorption or mingling of your approach and that of the role model you are … Continue reading

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