From a recent review of several hundred leaders, who received feedback from The Leadership BluePrint™, interesting patterns have emerged, most notably in the area of Goals.
Getting locked into how something needs to be done can often hold back our teams and ourselves. When we Connect the Dots by focusing on the “why” of our project, we engage our team into a purpose that drives action and accountability.
With many organisations now balancing hybrid working arrangements, it has never been more important to focus on clear and consistent communication, from both leaders, and staff. Here are 6 tips to help:
None of us likes to be micro-managed by others, and yet many leaders will micro-manage at times. To Energise Action, we need to understand how to avoid the three common ways that we micro-manage.
A Mission Statement is a short statement that captures an organisation’s reason for existence. Aspirational in nature, it serves to empower, guide, and call people to action.
Mentoring can best be described as a process in which we invest in the success of other people. A good mentor sees the potential and ability in their mentee, but rather than explicitly telling them what to do, helps them to reveal the right pathway for themselves.
Many of us put off having that tough conversation, as we visualise it not going well. Even the term “tough conversations” primes us to expect difficulties and potential pitfalls.
As we develop ourselves, our teams, and organisations, what is needed to get to the next level changes. It takes more effort and energy to get there. In other words, what got you this far will not take you to the next level.
As we ring in the new year, many of us will begin the process of setting New Year’s Resolutions, hoping to spark positive and lasting change in our lives.
As organisations are pivoting and seeking to adapt to a new normal, many leaders are looking for a silver bullet.