All posts tagged "leadership attitude"

  • 10 ways to sustain your confidence and lead

    10 ways to sustain your confidence and lead

    Have you already participated in confidence training programs, read lots of self-improvement articles and worked on development plans? You can get things to shift for a little while. You might have presented one or two...

  • The 4 hidden dangers of perfectionism at work – and what to do instead

    The 4 hidden dangers of perfectionism at work – and what to do instead

    The drive is on in workplaces to deliver good value, top quality and efficient service. This pressure to make what we’re doing ‘perfect’ seems to just be one of the basic expectations of the job...

  • 3 leadership lessons from the Australian Cricket ball tampering scandal

    3 leadership lessons from the Australian Cricket ball tampering scandal

    In March 2018 the Australian men’s cricket team was involved in a ball tampering scandal while touring South Africa for a test series. Over twelve months on its worth looking at this scandal and what...

  • How to overcome Queen Bee syndrome

    How to overcome Queen Bee syndrome

    You’ve recently been promoted to Manager? Congrats!  This is the first step in your leadership career. Like many who’ve risen the ranks before you, you’ve been doing a brilliant job in your previous position and...

  • Don't wait to find out what you are capable of

    Don’t wait to find out what you are capable of

    Over the years I’ve seen people who were going about their life, doing their thing, only to have certainty and everything that they knew about themselves thrown out the window in a moment.  It might...

  • From chaos to calm: the three pillars of effective leadership

    From chaos to calm: the three pillars of effective leadership

    Often the biggest barrier we have in life and work is ourselves. A fact that is known but unspoken, yet very much amplified when you run your own business.  According to Author of The Self...

  • Dynamic questions you should always ask when hiring

    Dynamic questions you should always ask when hiring

    Hiring new staff can sometimes seem like stepping through a minefield. You may have a short list of the best and brightest candidates, but how do you truly know which person would make the greatest...

  • The one thing that makes you sound less smart

    The one thing that makes you sound less smart

    We all want to sound smart. But there’s one little habit that can undo everything, no matter how knowledgeable or professional we are. Filler words like “um”, “ahh”, and “err” can make you appear unintelligent...

  • 5 ways to be an effective mentor

    5 ways to be an effective mentor

    Becoming a mentor to an intern is a milestone for employees who have their eyes set on being promoted to a managerial position. You should strive to develop a productive relationship with your mentee where...