The article contends that one of the most effective, least understood and seldom used leadership tools is the question mark. Here is a systematic way to use the question mark in your daily leadership activities that will enable you to be a much more effective leader.
There comes a point in everyone’s life where we are stuck. Our lives need a serious makeover. Some define it as ‘being in a rut’ or ‘caught in a funk’. Some don’t even bother to put a voice behind it, just hoping it will go away. The lucky ones find a path to shore, while […]
The term life coach has become a household name. People have started to accept the importance of life coaches in their lives. All of us will experience difficulties and hardships at least a few times in our lifetime. And when these events happen, a person can either succumb to the difficulties and bury himself or […]
Taking delight in the people you lead is a powerful, albeit seldom used, leadership tool. However, delight should be manifested only when three principles are put into play.
You want to have an impact in this world. You’re consumed by thoughts of achievement, goals, worries, success. So how is your impact? Here’s a simple look at the simple truth of what is truly important.
This article is designed to provide guidance for executives, managers, and specialists, who are involved in leading the strategic direction of their organisations. The articles will cover all the main areas of expertise, knowledge, and understanding, that are need to successfully lead an organisation in today’s complex and fast-changing world.
Who would forget the ever-famous line of Peter Parker’s grandfather, “With great power comes great responsibility.” The society expects Spiderman, a comic book, TV, and movie superhero, to be responsible for saving his town, or even the world, in some instances, from evil because he has super powers. From all the episodes he appeared in, […]
“We will never know how really good we are as leaders unless we are leading people to be better than they think they are.” “Poor performance is less harmful to a leader than mediocre performance disguised as good performance.” “Most leaders are striving to get the wrong results or the right results in the wrong […]