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Category: 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

What’s your Purpose?

The one thing that all highly-effective leaders share is a well-defined sense of purpose because this is what drives organisations – it’s like the fuel in the engine to propel everyone in the right direction. Without purpose how do we know where we are going? How do we build a compelling and sustainable business plan? How do we AND our people know what to do next? ‘Purpose’ feeds in to a company’s culture and ensures that team members feel as though they are contributing meaningful work to the end goal. 

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Posted on Tue, October 02, 2018 in Leadership Organisational Development

Embracing Change

It seems that, today, change is inevitable. Often, though, it is resisted because it requires us to shift out of our comfort zone. Change brings about a fear of the unknown and a reluctance to face it head on. Great leaders are flexible leaders who are willing to embrace change. They understand that while it may be unnerving, it presents new opportunity to help everyone be more relevant, creative and strategic. They understand that change represents an opening to transform, innovate and ignite growth. A great leader motivates and empowers their team to adapt to change and to find ways to build on the new.

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Posted on Tue, July 10, 2018 in Leadership Organisational Development

Managing Conflict – Creating A Feedback Culture

Fear of conflict is one of the most prevalent issues that defines office and organisational culture. Any environment that depends on the collaboration of different parties to achieve common goals can be rife with disagreements. So, how do you manage conflict as a leader? Whether you are naturally endowed with the ability to connect with your team members or you are trained to manage team dynamics, establishing a feedback culture to aid the effective resolution of conflict in different situations will ensure faster progress and results.

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Posted on Tue, May 15, 2018 in Leadership Organisational Development

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