5 Steps to Ensuring a Person Can Fill the Role

Interesting reading... It is so much harder to remove someone from a role that they are not equipped for than it is to select the right person with the right skills at the right time.  Follow the many links in this article for some very useful reminders and tips... Organization Development : Team Building : Leadership : Create-Learning " … [Read more...]

Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go

Career development should flow naturally out of a leader’s genuine concern for others. The framework work provided in Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go provides a way of thinking to make that process happen naturally and effectively and at the most appropriate times. Read more.... Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: Help Them Grow or Watch Them … [Read more...]

Six tips to ensure you have your team’s trust

So many of the relationships in our life boil down to one simple word: trust. It works in friendship, romance and in the workplace. Really, if you don’t have trust in any relationship, there’s nowhere you can go that won’t wind up being tainted by distrust and underhanded ... Read more Six tips to ensure you have your team's trust.So many of … [Read more...]

The Difference Between Knowing And Taking Action

We are often experts of ideas ..... Having a 'knowing' about the right steps to move ourselves or a situation forward is the easy part! Taking action requires tenacity and determination.... The Difference Between Knowing And Taking Action | Joseph LalondeThe Difference Between Knowing And Taking Action | Joseph Lalonde Gaining knowledge is so … [Read more...]

Do You Need To Adopt A Millennial Mindset Regardless Of Your Age?

As a Baby Boomer, I'm not sure if we need to develop a Millennial Mindset as indicated in this article. However, I have long been an advocate of recognising the importance of understanding how those around us think, feel and connect with the world around them. In order to lead and engage with all generations in the workplace, we must keep up with … [Read more...]

10 questions that must be addressed before announcing change

Change Management?  I hear these two words so often in my conversations with clients.  What does it really mean?  Managing change? What if we turn it around to Changing Management?  More often than not there is a change in Management! So we can play around with the terminology but the essence of change is People.  Change in any shape or form … [Read more...]

Beware of burnout in your executive leaders

If you have worked your way up through the management hierarchy, you will no doubt at some stage in your career have observed or experienced varying degrees of burnout.  Over the years I have seen many clients (male and female) who have come to see me and literally burst into tears when they start explaining the expectations put upon them by their … [Read more...]

Leadership – WHO Do You Need to BE?

I am very up front with my Executive coaching clients around the shifts and focus they will make in our coaching partnership.   One of the most common themes that arise from my coaching conversations with clients is the difference between a Manager and a Leader.  The shift in perception that is required for an individual to move from the … [Read more...]

4 Tips To Downplay Drama And Foster Productivity

I feel so inspired when I read articles like this! It could almost (I said almost!) inspire me to employ staff again! Concepts in the workplace that encourage and motivate collaboration and celebration have to be winners.  When I did employ staff, my objective at the interview was to a certain whether the candidates parents/significant others … [Read more...]

You Don’t Need More Time, You Need to Focus

One of the single most influential reasons why we don't get as much done in a day is that we are slaves to distraction!  Emails, phone calls , texts, tweets, Facebook notifications and so the list goes on.  Tim Sanders discusses the need to have uninterrupted time in your day in order to get things done.  This is a technique that we all need to … [Read more...]

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