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New year, new you, new leadership approach?

This can (and should) include the little triumphs as well as the huge accomplishments. And because life is more than just work, include life in its round. We get so caught up in life, and in moving forward, we forget to look back in our constant striving to move forward.

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How to turn a technical expert into a leader

Nothing kills the passion for those who move from high performing specialist to leader, more than discovering that they are a dumping ground for managers above and reports below. Passion comes from “freedom within the framework”; when they’re told broadly what needs to happen and why, but the how is largely self-determined.

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Turning a technical expert into a leader – part 3

Let’s be clear that it is not impossible to thrive in an environment that is less than optimal in terms of culture. BUT, and this is a big BUT; it’s so so much harder to have to swim against the grain of the organisation, its culture and all that it encourages and supports.

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