Category Archives: leadership

How to Get the Best from Your Introverted Team Members

Introverted feeling types have a wealth of warmth and enthusiasm, but they may not show it until they know someone well. They wear their warm side inside, like a fur-lined coat.” – Isabel Briggs Myers In our world, the externals including … Continue reading

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How Strong is Your Ethical Compass?

The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionable integrity. Without it, no real success is possible, whether it is on a section gang, a football field, in an army, or in the office. -Dwight D Eisenhower As part of our leadership … Continue reading

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Leadership Presence: Are you getting in your own way?

The struggle Do you feel like you are ignored and overlooked at work considering all the effort you put in? In a team meeting, even after you have said what you needed to get across, you feel you may as … Continue reading

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Leadership: How to Build Trust in Teams and Relationships

A recent discussion on the importance of trust in our teams has prompted me to re-post this article: Trust is the lifeblood of all relationship – business or personal.  It is the foundation of all mutually satisfying and sustainable long-term relationships. … Continue reading

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The Leadership Journey

The Leadership Journey Nineteen people came together as individuals – working for the same organization but not with a great deal of knowledge about each other. In a mere two days, they had moved from individuals to three healthy, dynamic … Continue reading

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Leading and Living through Change

Life happens. Things don’t always go according to plan. No wonder John Lennon, and some wise people before him have said, “Life is what happens to you when you are busy making other plans.” And yet when the unexpected happens, … Continue reading

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Are You Guilty of Neglecting the People Who Matter the Most?

Have you noticed how when you are busy, under pressure and feeling pulled from all directions, you get into a different zone of doing things. In fact, it is not just our communication which changes but our whole persona! I … Continue reading

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Leadership Nuggets: Acknowledge the Truth

Three things cannot be long hidden – the sun, the moon and the truth! – Buddha Have you had a time when someone – be it a colleague, direct report, supplier or friend who was not quite performing or was … Continue reading

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Leadership: 5 Keys to Focus your Authentic Legacy Story

“Your story is the greatest legacy that you will leave to your friends. It’s the longest-lasting legacy you will leave to your heirs.” —Steve Saint It was a leisurely Spring Saturday morning as we drove out. On the way, we decided … Continue reading

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Leadership: The Truth about Change

I am delighted to interview Hilary Potts as she launches her new book, “The Truth about Change” this week.” Hilary Potts has guided executives through successful change initiatives, and is also the author of the popular “The Executive Transition Playbook.” … Continue reading

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