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Category Archives: Effective Leadership
Improving organizational performance by leveraging Human Resources has been a hot topic since God was a boy. Every year hundreds of titles are published around this subject. Yet most executives, suffering from information overload, have little hope of wading through … Continue reading
Do you remember any nursery rhymes from when you were a child? Here’s one that sticks in my mind. It was sung to us as we were going to sleep: “Tell me a story Tell me a story Tell me … Continue reading
In Portugal, Nicole (our youngest) was doing an overnight at Pony Camp. Linda and I had a ‘night off’ and could eat where we wanted to – for a change. Duas Passoes is a recently renovated fish restaurant, affording beautiful sea … Continue reading
After publishing The Transformation Roadmap, I secured a number of projects working with Executive teams around ‘how to’ manage change. Working with some younger executives – the ideas were brand new and I was a hero. Hooray! However, the downside in working … Continue reading
I have a client who recently took on an international role. He now spends more time on airplanes than Willie Walsh in British Airways (yes, be careful what you wish … Continue reading
Lets start with a caveat. It’s not possible to have a ‘politics free zone’ in any organization. When 2 people are married and live under the same roof, there’s an element of politics. Similarly, when 2 or more people are … Continue reading