'Winning With' or 'Waging War' – The Art of the Conversation

      In a coaching session with a senior executive last week we were exploring his frustration at not being able to influence the CFO at his company. His aim was to gain support from the CFO for a couple of his ideas for capital expenditures that he...

      How to make the most of critical feedback

      One of the major shifts in business over the past decade has been a move towards transparency and openness. Having grown up in a more egalitarian & global world, people from younger generations have entered the workforce expecting clearly defined...

      Is corrective feedback “nice” or “mean”?

      Regardless of industry, role, and organization, all leaders eventually find themselves in a situation where they have to tell an employee that they are not meeting expectations.

      3 ways to have more strategic impact in a junior role

      One of the most exciting things about being a young professional today is the range of career opportunities that are becoming available. Over the past couple of decades, new technology has driven the development of new business models, new...

      Leading through change: The importance of engaging key stakeholders

      Several years ago, Harvard Business Review released a paper by John Kotter called “Why Transformational Efforts Fail”. By studying the process and outcomes of change initiatives in over 100 companies, he identified eight errors that leaders and...

      Why it’s smart to prepare your senior employees for retirement with coaching

      If you examine the demographics of today’s workplace, it quickly becomes obvious that there are some big changes that will be happening over the next ten years. According to the Washington Post, over 10,000 baby boomers retire every day – that’s...

      What type of leader do you need to be right now?

      A lot of people think about who they want to be, and many business leaders think about what kind of leader they want to be.

      Leadership Essentials: How to give feedback without blaming

      Giving feedback is often a difficult, but necessary, part of leadership. Without informal assessments of their performance, your employees won’t know how they’re doing from day-to-day. Your feedback is essential to their growth and success in their...

      Extroverted & Introverted Personality Types: Myths & Reality

      The Myers-Briggs personality test is still one of the most widespread assessment tools used in business today. Based on the work of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, it sets out sixteen personality types that supposedly determine our strengths,...

      Video: The Myth of the Indispensable Leader

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