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February 7, 2024

Facts About Your Workplace Culture and the Attitudinal Competence of Your Leadership Cohort

FACT 1: Attitudinal Competence is the ability to choose one’s best attitude about what’s happened, what’s happening and what might happen, and not be stuck with habitual attitudes that don’t help. Fact 2: Your workplace culture is dependent upon the sum of the attitudes of all the people in your workplace. Fact 3: Your workplace […]

November 4, 2021

Why Attitudinal Competence is Critically Important Now for Your Workplace

Right now, we are experiencing great changes in every aspect of life and work. People are experiencing high level of stress and anxiety. Workplaces are…

October 14, 2021

Is This Our Greatest Personal Challenge?

Our automatic thoughts come from our early programming. We act on them without pause.
We often regret them and wish we’d thought more before acting.

October 7, 2021

Is This the Secret to Your Greatest Freedom?

Imagine you have realised that there’s been a battle going on in your mind. It’s a three-way battle between ego, bias (your beliefs) and facts.

August 18, 2021

What’s the Top Personal Skill that We Could Master Now?

I assert that it’s Attitudinal Competence. Your ability to adopt and adapt your best attitude for what has happened, is happening or could happen, and not be…

August 4, 2021

Is Poor Delegation Costing Your Business Too Much? There’s an Easy Convenient Fix!

When you or your leaders are delegating (or not) a task or project to your team members, performance, productivity and morale are at risk if the delegation is..

July 7, 2021

A Common Cause of Difficult People, Conflict and Under Performance?

Have you considered the impact of individual and collective negative self-talk? For most of us it’s based upon our existing limiting beliefs and is a reaction to the triggers of those beliefs. They can cause us to judge ourselves, others and our situations, making them identical to our limiting beliefs.   That negative self-talk reflects our […]

September 10, 2020

Two Quick Points to Create Dramatic Business Improvement

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash First Point: The three true human causes of all problems that exist in your business such as conflict, process breaches, values breaches, safety issues and errors are fear, useless habits and ignorance. Usually it’s a combination of any or all three. For example,  a safety incident where a […]

July 16, 2020

The Four Gifts My Son Gave Me Before He Died

Pic: The author and his son Daniel 1992 When Daniel was born, I was a largely absent father embroiled in my career within government agencies. I was so absent that my wife took our six-month-old son and left. I was gutted by both guilt and loss, but too immature and brainwashed to honour my greater […]

July 2, 2020

4 Ways Difficult Attitudes and Behaviours Are Costing Your Business

The cost of having people with difficult attitudes and behaviours in your workplace is often not measured effectively. However, it’s important to remember that most difficult people don’t mean to be difficult, there’s usually a reason and there’s usually a solution. Below are four ways they do damage, and some measures of that damage. Employee […]

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