“The actions of leaders are a key driver of employee engagement, but leaders are often surprised to know just how much of an impact they have. Significantly, what they don’t say or do, speaks as loudly as their visible actions.”
Some of the most important lessons are often revealed where we might least expect it, and often in the words of people who’ve walked distinctly different paths than our own up the corporate ladder.
Henrik Brabrand presents a simple plan to help you obtain a better understanding of yourself, identify your drivers and goals and create a new and more rewarding future.
There is a talent and performance multiplier premium for organisations that build their culture and leadership team around exceptionally talented and committed leaders. Here are a few pointers on how to re-energise a leadership team for maximum impact.
- Charlotte Rogers on Marketing Week
As the world of work evolves, brands are ditching old fashioned CVs in favour of highly digital, behaviour-focused strategies for attracting diverse talent. As the workplace environment evolves and so... Read »
Darren Raycroft, Partner at The Bedford Consulting Group, highlights three key lessons on courting a new leader that can be learned from the recent case of Josh McDaniels, the offensive co-ordinator of this year’s Super Bowl runner-up the New England Patriots.Darren Raycroft on The Globe and Mail
Courting a new leader for your organization can be a lot like the search for a new head coach. A great example of what to do – and what not to do – is the recent case of Josh McDaniels, the offens... Read »
“The biggest misconception about innovation is that it’s about ideas. It’s not. It’s about solving problems. So the first step to building an innovative team is to hire people interested in the problems you need to solve. If there is a true commitment to a shared mission, the ideas will come.”
– Greg Satell on Harvard Business Review https://hbr.org/2018/02/4-ways-to-build-an-innovative-team
Candidate’s often ask us “Can I make it?”. Stuart Carruthers has some tips for those looking for ‘more’ in their careers.
Company cultures need to constantly adapt to changing economies and industries. Getting that culture to begin to move, starts with the organisation’s leaders.
Candice Lewis has made it a personal mission, from now until Christmas, to not utter any of those tired icebreaker one-liners. What personal development mission are you setting your sights on?Candice Lewis on The Slade Report
I’m currently completing a Ross Clennett Program – Leadership Coaching for High Performance (highly recommended, BTW). As part of my homework, I explored some of Ross’s previous blog articles as... Read »