Have your colleagues or bosses made you mad? What had been the trigger? Was it something they said? Was there a change in leadership style? Was it something that they did? Learn to take a step back first to discover why they did what they did. Avoid jumping to conclusions and see if clarifications need … Continue reading Resilience and Wisdom
Have you ever worked for a small company where your co-workers felt more like family, and your work environment was based on trust? Or maybe you've always wanted to work in a place like that? Clan control refers to the values and beliefs of an organization that operates more like a family than a company. … Continue reading Organisations as Clans
How you think affects your chances of success, in terms of self management, leadership and relationships.
Despite my lowly rank, I was privileged to attend a senior leadership course (for those interested in knowing, it was J&J HPI) consisting of CEOs and Executive Directors from both private and public sector companies this week. A 2-Day run, this course sought to teach leaders about how to more effectively use their energy throughout … Continue reading Leaders are Human Too
Everyone wants to be successful. One often talks about how someone has made it big, or that he struck gold because he found success by exploiting something so darn obvious that you could only see it in retrospect. We hear buyouts and acquisitions that conclude in the millions and you get envious of the freshly … Continue reading Finding Your Success
Change entails risk-taking.
Trust is the foundation that relationships are built upon.
Ronaldo and Messi. Two famous soccer players. Yet they were forced to return home with heads bowed low at the 2018 World Cup. Why? While they are great players, great teams are needed to perform their best in their right roles with the right skills at the right place and time to win.