You need to create space in your schedule for thinking – yes, I mean to actually book time for reflection and thinking. This allows you the time to reflect upon your meeting with your key people so that your preparation is done fully in advance and you are not using the time at the meeting to prepare in your head.
Top 10 Leadership Qualities Voted by 200 Global Leaders
The research on this topic was undertaken by Dr Sunnie Gile, President of Quantum Leadership Group, and shared in a recent article.
Negative Feedback Can Be So Positive
The statement that “negative feedback can be so positive” is not simply an opinion of mine that I am sharing. It is actually the result of research done by Jack…
Teams Only Flourish in Supportive Organizations
To conclude my take on Richard Hackman’s “Leading Teams” and his fifth condition for a high performance team, I am talking about the supportive organisation.
Build A Structure That Enables, Not Disables
Continuing the theme I started a couple of weeks ago when talking about Richard Hackman’s book “Leading Teams” where he highlights the 5 conditions required for a high performing team. I want to talk about his fourth condition – enabling structure.
Should This Team Member Be On The Bus
I asked that question of a CEO last year to really get a reaction from him. Let me give you the background. I had been working with this management team…