While teaming and collaboration are ubiquitous in our organisations, high functioning teams are not. And while most of us and our team members have learned to play nicely in the sandbox, larger goals and incentives still can create a competitiveness that prevents the team from fully functioning at an optimum level.
A transparent organisation can best be described as one where clear and open communication is expected and encouraged, both by leaders and front-line staff.
As we attempt to create more agile organisations, pivoting to meet the emerging opportunities in the marketplace, we understand that we need to take risks.
Optimism can be described as a tendency to expect good things to happen in the future, or to view success as the likely outcome in most situations.
Healthy relationships, within an organisation can serve to improve communication, teamwork and trust. As a leader, you can reinforce a culture of healthy relationships through setting strong expectations around the following three components.
Effective leadership is one of the key driving forces behind any successful organisation. Good leaders create a compelling vision, unite others to the cause, develop their direct reports and ultimately set the tone for how the organisation operates.
Do you ever find yourself taking life for granted? Many of us seem to be constantly moving from task to task without much time to stop and take stock of where we are at.
Teamwork and collaboration have become ubiquitous in the workplace over the past few decades with most employees now regularly collaborating with colleagues on projects large and small.
In looking for people to hire, look for three qualities: integrity, intelligence and energy. If they don’t have the first, the other two will kill you.
Do you know what you want for yourself in life? Do you have a clear vision for your future? A lot of people have difficulty answering these questions.