The leadership style of the future is the supportive style which does not rely its effectiveness on authority. An effective leader does not criticize.
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The e.MILE People Development Magazine, October Issue 2014 – The Future of Leadership. Sign up to Receive Regular Updates From the e.MILE People Development Team!
Oliver Parker, quotes from world renowned leaders about solving problems as the Future of Leadership
We have had the pleasure of interviewing Sir Richard Branson for this months issue. Christina Lattimer interviews Sir Richard Branson Founder of Virgin Group, with some sound and inspirational advice for business leaders and CEO’s
The Theme for This Month’s Issue is Managing Internal Politics – September 2014.
If you consider Internal Politics as a risk or threat to your organization, how are you mitigating this risk? Do you have an action plan in place?
A Brilliant Interview with Dr. John Kotter! I have worked with students and business leaders for many years in the leadership, management and HR fields and of course the tricky problem of…
As with our previous issues, our August edition features fantastic articles and advice from a range of experts and authors from around the globe, where they set out their views on how leaders can tackle the problem of Guiding Change
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I wanted to get the PR viewpoint which will help Leaders think about the impact they are making via their team. I am delighted Cheryl agreed to be interviewed and I hope you enjoy it too!
Welcome to the fourth in our 6 months themed series based on the Centre for Creative Leaderships Report of 2013, in which they identified the 6 top challenges for leaders across…
Paul Newton gives us the 3 C’s on how to communicate well when working with teams
We are delighted to share our interview with David K Williams of Fishbowl Inventory. As well as a successful entrepreneur, David is a contributor with Forbes, HBR and Inc.com. His innovative way of developing employees is an absolute “Must Read”.
Welcome to the third in our 6 months themed series based on the Centre for Creative Leaderships Report of 2013, in which they identified the 6 top challenges for leaders across…
Martin Murphy explains how being happy at work helps people experience more success, prosperity and wellbeing. He also teaches us how to manage our happiness levels to increase sustainable success.
Bonnie’s inspirational article sets out 7 leadership practices which inspire followers, and creates meaning. Resource rich article, with some interesting references and links.
Welcome to the second in our 6 months themed series based on the Centre for Creative Leaderships Report of 2013, in which they identified the 6 top challenges for leaders across…
We’re very pleased to bring you this month’s interview with Dr. Andrew Thorn who is a TedX speaker and provides behavioral based leadership strategies. He personally guided 2 of the top 50 business thinkers, currently listed on The Thinkers 50.
Kevin Kruse is one of the leading authorities on employee engagement in the United States. As our theme for this month is “Developing Managerial Effectiveness”, I realised Kevin’s expertise was key for leaders and managers. When he agreed to be interviewed I was delighted! I hope leaders and managers embrace Kevin’s fun, engaging and well evidenced advice on employee engagement.
Introducing our first themed issue – all about Developing Managerial Effectiveness!
Jone Bosworth goes into detail about Very Bad Bosses (VBB) and what they can teach you about leading!