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The Power of Thinking Big for Leaders

It’s been over 50 years since David J. Schwartz published ‘The Magic of Thinking Big’ with the simple premise of “Think BIG to live BIG”.  Now, in 2019 what power does ‘Thinking Big’ have for today’s business leaders?

In his book, David Schwartz tells us that we need to upgrade our thinking; that before we can achieve big things, we need to thinkbig things.  He believes that success is not determined by the size of your brain, it’s determined by the size of your thinking.  So, how do you think big, and how can that help you be a better leader? Here are a few strategies from the book to help you think bigger to be better.

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Posted on Tue, September 17, 2019 in Leadership Organisational Development

Increasing Your Influence as a Leader

Leadership is influence.” —John C. Maxwell

If you bring out the best in people, inspire others through your actions and influence them to follow you, you are a leader. 

Influential leaders have the ability to make things happen, they are able to influence the ideas, thoughts, opinions and behaviours of others in order to achieve desired outcomes. 

Title is not synonymous with influence, successful leaders become influential via their likability, authenticity and behaviour. 

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Posted on Wed, May 08, 2019 in Leadership Organisational Development

3 Reasons to Add More Women to Your Executive Team

Over the last few decades we have made progress when it comes to equality, although the change is sketchy and it seems in stasis or decline (McKInsey/Lean in 2018). There are more women in the workforce than ever before, yet there remains a dearth of women in boardrooms. The Hampton-Alexander Review of women in leadership positions in the FTSE 350 paints a grim picture, showing that while as of 2018 the number of all-male boardrooms in the FTSE 350 was down to just five, to hit the government's 2020 targets for 33% female boardrooms, 50 percent of future appointments would need to be female.

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Posted on Tue, February 12, 2019 in Leadership Organisational Development

The need to break gender stereotypes

Men are strong, resilient and lack emotions. Women are overly-sensitive, fragile and talk too much.
 
Wrong.

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Posted on Wed, December 12, 2018 in Leadership Organisational Development

Let Your People Be Free

“One of the secret benefits of using remote workers is that the work itself becomes the yardstick to judge someone’s performance.” — Jason Fried, Published Author of Office Not Required.

recent study conducted by Switzerland-based service office provider IWG showed that 70% of professionals today work remotely.  A recent article from Forbes also claimed that 50% of the US workforce is projected to be going remote soon.

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Posted on Thu, November 08, 2018 in Leadership Organisational Development

The Benefits of Embracing Diversity

The modern notion of diversity envelopes not only, race, gender and religious backgrounds, but also socio-economic and cultural differences, age and personality differences, skill sets, education … because all these differences bring diversity of thought. Diversity within an organisation is about the promotion of individuality, it’s about recognising the value that each individual has to offer. 

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Posted on Tue, October 23, 2018 in Leadership Organisational Development

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