Despite the undeniable impact of sound leadership on the success of any organisation, there remains an apparent lack of understanding when it comes to the specific core competencies every leader ought to prioritise while carrying out their professional responsibilities. To be clear, this does not mean these leaders are wholly unfit or ineffective; instead, it only indicates that these professionals have not yet maximised their own potential or the potential of the organisation they are charged with leading.[Continue Reading …]
If you’ve ever worked with other people you’ll know that many groups never reach their full potential. They get stuck. They go round in circles. They never transform into a team.
Ask yourself this: Has your team reached its full potential? If not, read on and discover some of the “secrets” to improving team performance.
What is a good idea? A good idea to some can be a bad idea to other people.
But a truly good idea is one that happens!
Making mistakes is good for business. Yet some business leaders think mistakes are a bad thing.
Stick with me and I will explain why making mistakes is good for business … I’ll also show you how to deal with mistakes.
I wrote about leading innovation and change and how Dick Fosbury changed the way high jumpers came over the bar in Excellence in Leadership.
When you believe in something that’s when it’s time to really to go for it. – Dick Fosbury
In this video Dick Fosbury explains what motivated him to change the rules … to innovate and change.
Martin Webster explains that there is no single elegant solution when there is complexity.
Indeed progress is only made when leaders put aside their differences and work together in a common purpose. Here’s what Keith Grint taught me about solving wicked problems.