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Creating a Spirit of Community

Published on April 15, 2017 by admin in uncategorized

People feel more connected when their leaders provide a lot of appreciation and support for contributions. In fact, nearly 90% of people feel a strong sense of team spirit when their leaders very frequently or almost always engage in this behavior. Conversely, less than a third of people feel a sense of team spirit under leaders who almost never or rarely engage in this behavior.

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It’s ‘goodbye’ to expertise

Published on July 16, 2017 by admin in uncategorized

The changing world requires true #leaders to face higher stakes, yield faster action, facilitate greater scope, design new shared ways and deploy within the realm of increased diversity.

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Pride and Passion

Published on March 28, 2017 by admin in uncategorized

When leaders are working with their people, fostering collaboration and strengthening competence and confidence, pride, passion and engagement will be the return on a leader’s investment. Does this take time? Sure it does! Does this take effort? Sure it does! Was Rome built in a day? Was Rome built by one person?

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Love workplace challenges?

Published on March 3, 2017 by admin in uncategorized

According to the leadership research of Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner, 94% of direct reports are willing to work hard when leaders very frequently or most always challenge them to try out new and innovative ways to do their work, compared to 5% of direct reports when leaders almost never or rarely challenge people. By responding to the challenge, people feel a greater sense of accomplishment and are more willing to act on opportunities to take initiative and stretch themselves,’ cite Kouzes and Posner, co-authors of ‘The Leadership Challenge’.

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The future belongs to all!

Published on February 23, 2017 by admin in uncategorized

Nobody has ever created greatness without enlisting the help, support, guidance and input from others. So, what is the secret ingredient that helps others want to jump on board a leader’s vision?

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Leaders inspire trust

Published on February 14, 2017 by admin in uncategorized

Trust is eroding rapidly in today’s world. Does that suggest leadership is too?

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leaders Must Reconsider their Team Approaches

Published on April 22, 2015 by admin in Leadership

Teams are more than a collection of individuals! They are a body of human interaction, to which dependency and common goals are key! The entity they form is what holds them together, one that acts as pieces of invisible string holding, pushing, yanking, pulling, smoothing on each other, bringing the cause and effect into their reality. Traditional team events have had limited success and even less impact back in the workplace for one main reason; they work with the people and do not access the relationship between the people. It’s time for leaders to re-think their approach to maximizing team synergy.

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a leader’s opportunity – conflict!

Published on November 10, 2014 by admin in Leadership

Some might say finding opportunity in conflict is innovative. Bringing varying points of view together, causing friction to spark even more abrasiveness can be an effective business strategy – not one of the easiest to manage, however smart indeed. Others might say that leadership is a function that creates a future of hope validating relevance of change, providing a way through conflict to a new business reality.

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today’s KPI’s for CEO’s

Published on October 20, 2014 by admin in Corporate Culture

The words ‘our world is flatbread’ stood clearly and proudly on the façade of the shop, clarifying to all passing footfall what purpose the business served. The words left absolutely no

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tips for leaders facing corporate change

Published on November 2, 2014 by admin in Corporate Culture

According to the latest (2012) Best Practices Report by Prosci, the world’s leading research body into Change Management, active and visible sponsorship is the number one predictor of success with corporate change, whilst conversely, its absence is unfortunately also the number one predictor of failure.

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a change that brings more change!

Published on April 21, 2014 by admin in change

Working in the arena of change is both challenging and rewarding. It is often said that during change, workplaces can feel as if it’s 3 steps forward, then 4 back. And in those ‘4 steps back’ times, sometimes referred to as the ‘knock-on effect’ from change, what are three suggested actions to take?

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HR does not drive business results – Change Management does!

Published on January 19, 2014 by admin in Leadership

As the years ticked by, a corporate trainer delivered interactive training sessions alongside the best of the best. She applied all adult learning principles, action learning opportunities and up to date, relevant learning methodologies. Her career flourished and promotions followed. Accolades were forthcoming and records beaten. However, something seemed ‘wrong’ as there were indicators of workplace success that people simply chose not to consider. She herself felt the negative impact of these allowing them to eventually wear her down. Something was out of alignment as her career became a source of frustration and anguish.

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managers – the meat in the sandwich during corporate change

Published on November 16, 2013 by admin in Leadership

During any change situation in the workplace, managers are often described as having the toughest job. Many think it is about having to work with others to adopt the change, but let’s not forget first and foremost that even the managers themselves must understand and agree to the change – they will be assessing the change against their own personal needs before that of anyone else, as it’s simply human nature. If they don’t agree with the change, there’s next to no hope for them to lead their team through the change.

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are you the leader of a change – if so, what question is relevant for you right now?

Published on October 10, 2013 by admin in Leadership

According to the latest (2012) Best Practices Report by Prosci, the world’s leading research body into Change Management, active and visible sponsorship is the number one predictor of success with corporate change, whilst conversely, its absence is unfortunately also the number one predictor of failure.

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a Board’s perspective on hiring CEOs

Published on September 5, 2013 by admin in uncategorized

CEO’s are accountible to Boards in the majority of corporate situations. The hiring of CEO’s is often a Board’s responsibility, and as such, Betsy Atkins, author of ‘Behind Boardroom Doors: Lessons of a Corporate Director’, and a many-time board member herself, provides some tips and perspectives for this process.

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understanding the dangers of ‘training’ in the workplace

Published on June 2, 2013 by admin in change

‘We, the general public, stand to experience [this type of disaster] again’, says Mr David Learmount, International Air Safety Specialist, commenting on the simple yet fateful disappearance of Air France Flight 447 along with its 228 passengers and crew into the Atlantic Ocean on May 31, 2009. He based his comment on the profound and daunting reality that a pilot really only flies the plane for 3 mins of longhaul flying time – the remainder is entirely in the hands of computers alone!

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corruption – is there really a choice?

Published on May 23, 2013 by admin in uncategorized

Corruption is a corporate way of life for so many cultures, and can be found in both advanced and developing societies – it is an objective ‘what is’ when measured against an ethical, moral or legal definition.

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business success’s key component?

Published on May 16, 2013 by admin in uncategorized

Customers are king and customers are always right; we couldn’t survive without them! Yes we know all of that and recognize that it is all indeed true! So why is that that business still feels that customers ‘get in our way’?

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the real rewards for rewards – rewarding rewards

Published on April 27, 2013 by admin in uncategorized

If you had hoped for a blog about compensation, then click off now!! The poll spoke loudly – institutionalized rewards just don’t ‘cut it’ anymore! Not one, I repeat, not one of the respondents wished to be nor aspired to be ‘the employee of the month’ – not ONE!

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corporate misalignment … and you!

Published on April 12, 2013 by admin in uncategorized

Do these words send shivers down your spine – most of us have experienced it at one time or another whether as an employee or leader! Things at work are simply not flowing, obstacles abound and perhaps striking up the simplest of conversations hits barriers. Is it the outlook of the leader, the choices that drive the business, the people on the team, the way the company does business or any other reason? Could it even possibly be ourselves?

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trust – a priceless commodity?

Published on March 18, 2013 by admin in Leadership

What matters most to you? It might be timeliness, transparency, meaning and clarity or a myriad of other virtues to value. Whichever it is for you, it will only positively contribute and hence build trust when you visibly, actively and consistently demonstrate it, every minute of every day in business.

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Training vs Change Management

Published on January 10, 2013 by admin in change

Recently explaining Change Management to be the process which links the people to the new business performance, one keen listener asked ‘so if my hamburger chain stops making hamburgers and now wishes to sell salads, that’s a change, one that would simply require training – right?’.

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Interview: Debbie Nicol, on Change Management

Published on August 3, 2012 by admin in change

Q1. I believe that you are a Change Practitioner for organizations. What exactly does that mean?

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business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.
Serving a broad cross-section of industries, we clarify organizational priorities, strengthen foundations, align workplace practices and measure results; in essence we work with the core of change.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.
Serving a broad cross-section of industries, we clarify organizational priorities, strengthen foundations, align workplace practices and measure results; in essence we work with the core of change.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.
Serving a broad cross-section of industries, we clarify organizational priorities, strengthen foundations, align workplace practices and measure results; in essence we work with the core of change.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

Serving a broad cross-section of industries, we clarify organizational priorities, strengthen foundations, align workplace practices and measure results; in essence we work with the core of change.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

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