Category Archives: leadership

Coaching in the New World

Marshall Goldsmith is considered Thinkers50’s ‘World’s Most Influential Leadership Thinker’ (2015 and 2011) along with being an award-winning coach and best-selling author. He is the author or editor of 35 books, which have sold over two million copies, been translated … Continue reading

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Emerging Leaders – Influencing Skills Online Course

Influencing Skills for Emerging Leaders  Online Course is now open for enrolment. Visit this page to learn more about the course: learn.jasbindarsingh.com You will learn about how to: Better understand your stakeholder drivers so they can hear your message Become … Continue reading

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What NOT to do in Influencing Your Stakeholders

Learning to influence our stakeholders with greater impact is even more critical now with many more of us working remotely. Perhaps you can relate to this story about Amanda. I have changed her name for privacy reasons. Amanda is a … Continue reading

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How to Have Greater Leadership Impact

Do you sometimes struggle to get heard and taken more seriously? Are you left questioning as to how you can influence your boss (or another stakeholder) more effectively? Is influencing those you have to work with and yet have little … Continue reading

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5 Leadership lessons from the All Blacks Defeat

How thrilling it was watching the Rugby World Cup (RWC) held in Japan these past six weeks. As a nation, we felt proud of our boys – the incomparable All Blacks (Abs) in that famous black jersey. The possibility of … Continue reading

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I don’t have time for this bs…….

The other day I had coffee with a university friend I had not seen for a while. In discussing what we were up to, I mentioned emotional intelligence (EI or EQ) as I was preparing a session on it. He … Continue reading

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Needing clarity? This will help….

“We do not learn from experience… we learn from reflecting on experience.” ― John Dewey  Last week we spent two days with some upcoming leaders who are committed to developing and growing themselves as authentic leaders. We deliberately built-in time for reflection … Continue reading

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Finding Your Voice

I was recently working with a talented and empathic emerging leader who despite having all the required capability, was holding herself back. What a loss this withhold was to her team and organisation, not to mention her sense of confidence … Continue reading

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Leading with a sense of entitlement

  Whether you are a manager, leader, or employee, having a sense of entitlement can be damaging to your career. It can be the start of a slippery slope which invariably ends in a hasty exit – being removed or … Continue reading

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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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