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The success of a team's performance is determined by how well it prepares, conducts and follows through after its meetings.
Leaders today need an expanded repertoire of skills and new mindset. They must be able to think strategically in a global context, articulate an inspiring vision across cultures, and make...
I have come to appreciate that perhaps the main obstacle to getting to Yes is learning how to say No properly. All too often, we cannot bring ourselves to say No when we want to and know we should.
The “failure of management” in investment banking, that led to credit crisis of 2007–2008 is far more than the story of a few CEOs losing control of their organizations;
Love is more than an emotion. It is also a state of conscious awareness and intention that shapes many behaviours critically important to any organisation.
We’re just at the beginning of the beginning. In the world as a whole, things are getting much better, and things are getting much worse. Welcome to the era of transformation.
Leaders, managers and HR staff can all help individuals author their own leadership stories while fulfilling their roles and responsibilities.
We have entered an era of global connectivity in which networks predominate and our interdependence determines the direction and consequences of our actions.
Leaders and managers must work to create a perception of certainty to build confident and dedicated teams.
Women generally do better than men in win-win types of negotiation, and worse in win-lose negotiations.
Strategic planners must provide enough information, analysis and detail for a plan to be successful, but not so much that the strategic window passes.
As sustainability becomes an important objective for many, leaders in organisations are considering how they can change their own behaviour and influence that of their colleagues.