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Special Assets That Expand a Leader’s Influence

Great leadership inspires impassioned followership and for those followers it inspires action and leads to the accomplishment of great things. To be the best leader one can be, it’s important to recognise the special assets that expand a leader’s influence. Here’s a list of 7:


Posted on Tue, September 05, 2017 in Leadership

Owning Our Leadership

As a leader you have climbed through the ranks and have the achievements and monetary compensation to show for your success.  It is likely that most people you lead and interact with regard you as a good leader in general terms and look up to you for direction.


Posted on Tue, August 22, 2017 in Leadership

A Leaders Role In Boosting Employee Wellbeing and Happiness

The ever changing, fast moving modern world of work still has much to learn about being truly responsible in caring for staff wellbeing.

Research has shown that overly high pressured cultures are detrimental to productivity levels and can have a negative impact on employee wellbeing and happiness. 


Posted on Tue, August 08, 2017 in Leadership

What Does Work Life Balance Really Mean?

The concept of ‘balance’ is an ongoing and evolutionary debate.  We’re constantly hearing that we should eat a balanced diet, accomplish a good work/life balance, move more in relation to a somewhat sedentary life and balance cardio vascular workouts with stretching and strengthening exercise … although, what does balance actually mean? The notion of ‘balance’ is an elusive concept.


Posted on Wed, July 26, 2017 in Leadership Personal Development

The 10 Most Important Leadership Qualities

As early as 1977 the question of leaders and managers, and their role in an organisation has been consistently raised. In an article on organisational structure and process, Abraham Zalzenik addressed the question of the difference between leadership and management. Management, he said, focused on achieving competence and the right balance of power. He said this excluded the leadership traits of inspiration, empathy and vision.


Posted on Tue, July 11, 2017 in Leadership

How to cultivate trust

Trust and confidence is crashing’ –  the headline from an article summarising the feeling of supporters at this year’s World Economic Forum at the Swiss retreat of Davos. With the ever-present tensions surrounding the economy, jobs, inequality and migration among other things, it almost feels like it could be applied to pretty much any current affairs bulletin right now. 


Posted on Thu, January 26, 2017 in General Leadership Organisational Development

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