Tag Archives: responsibility

Leaders: Where have you given up the reins?

“It is easy to dodge our responsibilities, but we cannot dodge the consequences of dodging our responsibilities.”   –Josiah Charles Stamp Being responsible for our lives is a no brainer.  If we are asked the question of whether we take responsibility … Continue reading

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LEADERSHIP TRUST: How to build and grow trust

While catching up with a friend over coffee I was recently asked, “Jas, how do you build and grow trust in a relationship?”  In answering his question, it occurred to me that this would be a good topic for a … Continue reading

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Taking responsibility – a key to leadership integrity

Can you recall a time recently when clearly you had been “done wrong” by someone – a colleague, team member, manager, friend or even a loved one?  In some way they had “failed to deliver” what was either normal, expected, … Continue reading

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The eight lessons Paul Henry teaches us about leadership.

Whichever way one looks at it, Paul Henry’s recent comments asking the Prime Minister whether the next Governor-General is going to “look and sound like a New Zealander” are insulting and racist. It falls way below the mark in his … Continue reading

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The All Whites – a team of individual champions or a champion team?

The All Whites performance at FIFA has been remarkable; a demonstration of great leadership and excellent team work. With the World Cup they have –  rather suddenly, sprouted in our sporting consciousness and totally captured the nation’s imagination. After being … Continue reading

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