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Practical articles containing resources and strategies for leaders, managers, and human resources teams to help you develop yourself, your team, and your organisation.
Happy New Year, everyone!
The past two years have been quite a challenging year for all of us. 2020 surprised us with a deadly disease that quickly turned into a pandemic. This worldwide pandemic resulted in enforced lockdowns, causing uncertainty and drastic changes in many people's lives....
Great leaders are also excellent managers.
Good managers can effectively manage, direct, govern, and control anything they are entrusted to manage - even their own emotional responses and subsequent behaviour.
Emotion makes us human. In our previous article, we mentioned how emotion is a gift in...
Are you in control of how you navigate your emotions or are your emotions controlling you?
"Emotion" refers to the physiological states which are then characterised as feelings.
Emotion in itself is a beautiful gift.
Emotion is what makes a person appreciate a movie or a book.
Emotion makes a...
"The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority." —Kenneth Blanchard.
To be an effective and exceptional leader— in both the good times and the bad — one must master the art of influence.
Influence, by definition, is the capacity to sway others' behaviour in...
Do you often avoid confrontations with people, even if it is the best way to get a problem resolved?
Do you often have difficulty speaking truth to power?
Do you hesitate to try new things?
Do you often feel anxious when faced with uncertainties and/or difficulties?
Do you often avoid...
A major stumbling block to effective leadership is a lack of awareness.
So, let me ask you. Are you aware of how you come across your team members?
Although your self-worth should not be dependent on other's opinion of you, knowing yourself and how you come across to others is critical in...
Bill has been a top performer in his workplace for the past two years. However, for about a year now, things have changed for him.
Bill feels like he is on a plateau, and he cannot determine why.
He does not know what he wants anymore and feels like he is just going through the motions.