It’s a turbulent time. The coronavirus outbreak continues to spread and the majority of people are working from home. Some might be used to it; maybe they do it once a week. Others might have never worked from home before, so it can take a little time to adjust.
Either way, it can be stressful trying to navigate these changing and uncertain times. It’s just as important for you to check in regularly with not only…
A new year means new opportunities and a chance to set yourself up for a successful year ahead. But we’re not talking about making New Year’s resolutions. We’re talking about something much simpler, and much more likely to make a difference to your life, both personally and professionally.
The science shows that most New Year’s resolutions don't stick because they are grandiose and create a big shift in the way in which you operate.
So how can…Continue
We don’t know what kind of year you’ve had to date but whatever it’s been, now is a great time to review how the year has been for you in the context of being a leader.
One thing to keep in mind is that success in any endeavour doesn’t always take a straight line. Walt Disney, for example, was fired from a job in an animation studio after one week because he ‘lacked imagination’. He didn’t agree with this so…
We’ve been having a lot of discussions lately with teams about team agreements and there seem to be two key issues for managers.
The first is that while each individual team member is clear about what they do, they’re not necessarily clear on how their role fits in with other team members or stakeholders. The second is the behaviours of each team member and how that affects their overall performance.