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Styles & Qualities Of Leaders

What business attributes, qualities or characteristics are commonly identified amongst successful leaders and managers?
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Why The CEO Lens™ Is Essential For Growth

by Jenny Stilwell

It isn’t easy making the shift from business owner to CEO. This is the shift from being involved in running your business day-to-day to taking a step back and up, entrusting daily operational management to a capable team while you focus on the responsibilities of a CEO.

How Leaders Can Stay Grounded When The Ground Is Shaking

by Ella Zhang

Unforeseen events like the COVID-19 pandemic have vividly shown how quickly the landscape can shift. Technological advancements, such as automation, artificial intelligence, and blockchain, disrupt traditional business models, requiring leaders to adapt. Trade disputes between major economies introduce uncertainties through tariffs and trade barriers; even within organisations, abrupt changes in company directions and strategies create seismic shifts that shake everything up.

Why The World Needs More Leaders Who Are Unreasonably Ambitious

by Vanessa Vershaw

The difference between leaders who thrive in volatile times versus simply surviving is a mindset of unreasonable ambition. The world is on notice. We are at the edge of a new frontier with humanity facing an existential crisis which can only be solved by all of us working together. For leaders, having unreasonable ambition for what’s possible and developing the ability to evolve in real-time for the future as it emerges will make the difference between thriving and merely surviving.

How Leaders Can Get Out Of The Noise And Into Clear Air Space

by Donna McGeorge

As a leader, the pressure to be constantly available, productive and effective can be overwhelming. With so many things to juggle, it's easy to lose sight of what truly matters and get caught up in the noise of the ever-urgent work environment.

What Your Closest Friendships Can Teach You About How To Be A Better Leader

by Suzi McAlpine

I have three close girlfriends who are 'my people'. They’re the ones I’d call first when the thing I fear the most happens. The ones I send ugly face, greasy hair pics to on a far too regular basis. They’re the humans who have hugged me, and have sat quietly beside me with compassion and non-judgement when I’m in a bad place. They’re also the ones who celebrate my joyous moments as if they were their own.

Are You A Future-Ready Leader?

by Gihan Perera

Many leaders are currently grappling with change, uncertainty, and disruption. Some are just battening down the hatches and hoping all that change stops soon. But that’s wishful thinking! If anything, we’ll seen even more change in the future, and you need new skills to survive and thrive in your leadership journey.

Why Vulnerability Is A Key Leadership Skill

by Rowena Millward

Letting yourself be vulnerable is not something that comes naturally, and for most people is really difficult. It goes against all of the ways we have learnt to be confident, capable and successful.

Four Key Characteristics Of A Leader That People Want To Do Their Best For

by Rosalind Cardinal

You can’t make people give you discretionary effort.

Three Steps To Coaching Emerging Leaders

by Anna Marshall

Have you had a vacancy in your executive leadership team and been unable to immediately appoint someone from within your organisation to that position?

Why Good Leaders Understand The Power Of People

by Colleen Callander

Good leaders understand that people are their greatest asset. Prioritising the needs and wellbeing of your people can have a remarkable impact on the organisation and your bottom line.

How To Lead With Confidence When You Don’t Feel It

by Lisa Stephenson

Being a great leader is one of the hardest challenges to achieve in the world. Only a special few find that leadership comes naturally. Everyone else has to do the work and the learning before they hit their stride. So, if you are new to your leadership role or your confidence has spiralled down for some reason, buckle up and settle in for the ride.

Five Ways To Ensure The Leaders You Manage Are Leading Well

by Michelle Gibbings

Leaders set the standard by their behaviour and by the behaviour they accept in those they lead.

Three Levels Of Awareness For Effective Leadership

By Ingrid Messner

During the past year, leading effectively has taken on new significance and become even more difficult. An effective leader is able to achieve and sustain desired results. But recently, the goalposts have constantly moved.

Why Good Leadership Matters To All Of Us

By Michelle Gibbings

With the current economic and pandemic challenges, leaders and bosses are needing to innovate and manage previously unseen complexities and uncertainties, making leadership more essential than ever.

The 3 Focus Areas For Extraordinary Leadership In Service

By Jaquie Scammell

If you are serious about taking your service to people in your community and society at large as an extraordinary leader, then you need to deeply think about how you consider implementing the following 3 focus areas in your business and teams:

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