Why a need to be liked is a weakness of leadership (audio 2m 25s)
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Introduction Exquisite Listening is at the heart of facilitating high performance in others. Listening is a key quality of leaders who mark themselves apart from managers who may dominate by directing. When we listen well, we learn more about a person, about both their competences (practical and thinking styles) and about their motivations and de-motivations. […]
Well-Being & Healthy Thinking A healthy ‘mindset’ assists in well-being. This is not just about how happy we feel right now, but also, how empowered we are to achieve our aims. But, what is a mindset? At least three things are important, these are: values, beliefs and our sense of identity. Mindsets Mindsets are typically […]
Leader Skills/Traits Inventory Research with many hundreds of European senior executives  showed the following skills/traits that were regarded as ideal in exceptional leaders:
@drangusmcleod book ‘Me, Myself, My Team – How to Become an Effective Team-Player Using NLP’ has now been taken up by an Indian publisher, ‘Research Press’.
Acknowledgement motivates. At its most simple, this means saying ‘thank you’ when a colleague has done something well or has risen to a personal challenge.
They say that: IQ + Emotional Intelligence = success Take this EI quiz and find out! If you want more success, here’s how to do it!
What is self-confidence and how is it different from self-esteem? How do you get both? What is the one key secret to increasing these wonderful resources? All is here. Watch this short free video in just over 2 minutes flat!
Why is Managing in a Coaching Style so impactful? How does a strategic move to managing in a coaching style lead to a culture change and to the ‘Coaching Organisation’? What strategic input is needed to facilitate this culture change by management? These questions and others are addressed in the complete series of volumes! Watch […]
‘Cracking the Code to the Glass Ceiling’ Written by: Nancy E. Parsons During my thirty years in leadership, the glass ceiling has been a nearly impenetrable blockade, limiting the vast majority of aspiring women leaders hoping to reach the top. I am delighted to report that we have, at last, cracked the code.