Creating inclusion for people with disabilities within the corporate work environment while coaching and inclusive leadership builds team productivity.Read More
That statement is Joel’s mantra. People with passion drive performance! Joel was a senior executive with a major retailer when I began working with him….Read More
Diane Coolican, Managing Director at Redsky Learning, shares her views on what she believes will be the top people challenges in 2015.Read More
Whether it’s a new year, new month, or new week, there’s a great opportunity to focus on learning with a learning planRead More
In Leaders Open Doors, Treasurer is clear that it means creating opportunities for people different in age, gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.Read More
John panicking, heard his son’s voice asking “Daddy, should I worry?” John looked in his rear-view mirror and gave his son a reassuring “No”Read More
Few would argue with the notion that self-awareness is a vital prerequisite for any effective leader. It is after all a key building block for emotional intelligence
We all have situations that get under our skin, but are they problems? Frank Sonnenberg suggests adopting a different attitude for life’s up’s and downs
For a start, it does not mean that leadership is redundant. Tasks including setting direction and objectives, planning, organising and evaluating still need to happen
The leadership style of the future is the supportive style which does not rely its effectiveness on authority. An effective leader does not criticize.
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.