When we believe we’re the sole architects of our success, we tend to be ruder, more selfish, and more likely to interrupt others. This is especially true in the face
We often think that being better at something means a total overhaul of what we are doing. But in reality - a tweak here or there is often enough to
I was fortunate enough to stay at a fancy hotel last week with my daughter and her friend. It was a treat a long time in the planning; eagerly anticipated
Not only did 68% of CEOs say that they were not fully prepared for the job, but the areas of difficulty were all related to "soft" skills.
The act of going together, and being vulnerable together, builds trust. And trust, as we have talked about before - is the fundamental component of an effective team. Vulnerability is
If you don't want that sort of behaviour to be part of your culture - ultimately - you need to make a decision to do something about it. It's unlikely
As soon as you start seeing a team member as a human being - you start seeing them in a different light, particularly if the relationship has been a bit
Unpicking leadership means that you go into it with eyes wide open, rather than with rose coloured glasses.
It's not how we like to think of leadership. Usually, when we say the word leadership we have a positive, heroic image in mind. Nonetheless, leadership it is.
If we can understand what we implicitly believe to be leadership, we can start to challenge some of those theories. We can also work out what that means for us