26Jan

Overlooked for Promotion

Gary had been with the company for five years and a high performing area marketing manager for the last three. He’d often acted as group marketing manager and had done well in that position. When the incumbent resigned suddenly due to ill health, Gary filled the role for three months whilst the company decided on read more

19Jan

Our Request to Our Leader

That you will never stop developing yourself, for we need you at your ever developing best. That you will always model and champion our highest values. That you will gather those around you who are even smarter and more capable than you, for you need us to achieve the vision and you don’t know everything. read more

12Jan

Protect Your Earning Power, Not Your Job

2017 will be the year that many people become very concerned about their jobs. Automation (via artificial intelligence and robotics) is replacing many aspects of work. If your role contains work that is predictable, logical, routine and data driven, then those functions will be replaced by technology very soon. No longer can you think about read more

05Jan

The Top 3 Causes of the Unhealthy Leadership Ego and How to Overcome Them

There are many talented leaders out there who are severely limited by their unhealthy ego. Here are the top three causes of that unhealthy ego: Fear They fear being wrong; being ‘found out’; losing their illusion of control; losing their position. They often disguise it with expressions like ‘I’m concerned’; ‘I don’t like’; ‘not right read more

22Dec

The Four Strategic Targets to Overcome the Global Leadership Deficit

With too few exceptions, the effective leadership deficit is rampant in all sectors of the global community, in politics, commerce, community and family. Exacerbated by the fourth industrial revolution – artificial intelligence and robotics; by value chain disruption and the failure of traditional political and business models, there has never been a time when effective read more