LEADERSHIP

Leadership is about YOU - THEM and the engagement in between.

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4 Common reasons we self sabotage

“You can fail at what you don’t want, so you might as well let go of your fear and take a chance on doing something that you love”.

The reality is that everyone of us is capable of undermining ourselves because if left unchecked we all have an inherent inclination to self-sabotage.

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Dealing wIth Change in the workplace

Change is a very powerful and important element that allows our work to prosper.

One thing we can be assured of is that today’s organisations are busy, busy making change. From setting new targets, implementing new software, sharing services, mergers and acquisitions change is happening at an increasing rate.

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CHANGE

Like a bicycle change is about forward movement. By pedalling leaders can determine how fast or slow the rate of change will be whilst the chain connects the organisations values, behaviours and beliefs to the business strategy.

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5 great business habits

Leaders are no longer expected to predict the next industry disruption but they are expected to safe guard their organisations by driving an agile, flexible and resilient workforce that embraces change to create sustainable business solutions.

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Is Your Attention a Good Boss Or A Bad Boss

Attention refers to how we actively process specific information at any moment in time. As you read this there are varying elements right now vying for your attention such as noise, smells, the glow of light from your computer screen, how comfortable you are in that chair and the thoughts going on in your head are just some examples.

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BEING MINDFUL CAN IMPROVE OUR FOCUS

On average we lose focus up to 47% of our day. We can train ourselves to be more mindful which allows us to notice more, improve memory recall, stops us from acting impulsively and creates greater connections.

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SHARE WHAT YOU DISCOVER

On average we lose focus up to 47% of our day. We can train ourselves to be more mindful which allows us to notice more, improve memory recall, stops us from acting impulsively and creates greater connections.

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APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY IN THE WORKPLACE

If we want to improve organisational performance our usual default position is to ask what’s not working then generally analyse the possible cause for the problem, aim to generate solutions to fix it, then implement the solution we think will work best.

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

In practical terms, EI means being aware that emotions drive our behaviour and in turn impact us and those around us (positively and negatively). Learning how to mange these emotions both ours and others is critical to our well-being particularly when under pressure.

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ADMIT MISTAKES

Hey. Learn from my mistakes. Five stupid, dumb or plain silly things I’ve done as a CEO.

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HABIT

Learning new things is critical to the development of our brain (neuroplasticity) as it allows the brain to form new connections and pathways that assist with how it is wired. The more we are open to learning the more our brain can deal with change and understand the habits that can keep us stuck.

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