Has the time come to revisit the way you set and pursue your goals?
How often do you set a goal for yourself, only to find that progress seems to be slow or non-existent, despite your best efforts? Or perhaps you aren’t clear on exactly what
“In a world where we are drowning in information but starving for wisdom, relevance is not a matter of what we know; it is a matter of how what we know matters to someone else.
Are you in the right mood for decision making?
For Christmas 2019, I was given a set of Sony WH-1000XM3 noise-cancelling headphones by my son, Ryan. He knew I loved listening to music, and that these would be great to take with
Lessons from the Top
A leader’s journey is so much more than a collection of experiences or a series of events. It is part of a much larger story or narrative. Presented the right way, a leader’s s
The Alliance – Managing Talent in the Networked Age
“A business without loyalty is a business without long-term thinking. A business without long-term thinking is a business that’s unable to invest in the future. And a business
Are you a business staff are proud to work for?
It’s often only in hindsight that leaders recognize their organizational culture was a major contributing factor to serious failures. This was the case when international pharmac
Two things natural leaders do differently
For some leaders there is a natural flow to relationship building that has little to do with their technical skill or level of charisma. It is demonstrated in the way they carry th
Leading from the inside out: Why better people make better leaders
In his book Legacy: What the All Blacks Can Teach Us About the Business of Life, James Kerr examines what makes the All Blacks one of the most successful teams in the history of sp
What is leadership capacity and how do I get more of it?
In a study of CEO’s leading multibillion dollar companies, Harvard Business Review1 sought clarity on how CEO’s use their time and how to maximise it. They concluded that the j
The subtle way your childhood affects how you lead
We all enter adulthood with thought processes and behaviours learned and adopted from childhood. This is true of every person, whether in a leadership role or not. Children learn a