In these uncertain times, leaders at all levels have an incredibly important role in navigating their organisations through change. At the heart of this is effective communication from leaders. We dig a little deeper into the wider benefits effective communication can bring, especially during periods of uncertainty.Read More
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Lauren Dennish Lessons on leadership from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
When Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer started playing for the fifth time in the office this week, instead of grumbling like a grinch, I decided to learn something new from the old classic. And, as it turns out, the story of Rudolph gives some pretty inspirational lessons on leadership.Read More
Stephanie Morgan 7 critical soft skills for leaders
Recent reports are rating the soft skills demand and leadership development as two of the top priorities for businesses for 2019. But what about the soft skills of our leaders? We explore some recent insights on the 7 most important soft skills for leaders.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Has leadership development turned into a balancing act?
Leadership is a global hot topic right now - from women’s leadership, the need for leaders to create a sustainable future, to the effects of five different generations on the workforce, it seems that leadership is being pulled in several different directions. This leaves L&D dealing with a balancing act when it comes to creating a learning solution that responds to all the challenges a leader might face.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Prioritising soft skills – isn’t it about time?
It’s likely you are already starting to notice a shift in demand for soft skills training in your organisation. And we think it’s about time. Organisations able to perform in areas such as communication, collaboration and emotional intelligence are likely to experience two times the growth, profitability and success compared with organisations lacking in those areas.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Establishing the need for management development
I’m a strong advocate for providing new managers with all the help they can get. All too often new managers are left to figure things out for themselves. This can lead to them and their team struggling to perform efficiently. And it’s not just new managers that might need some management development…Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are you leading with your brain switched on?
The Synaptic Circle is a neuroleadership model created by Amy Brann, which covers the basics all leaders need to be aware of from a brain perspective of how people work. What the research tells us is that if we do not have our needs fully met in the right areas, it starts to undermine our performance.Read More
Stephanie Morgan The future of business leadership
Society can’t rely solely on the government to tackle global issues, so we are turning to business leaders to face these challenges in place of slow governance and regulations. Because of this, L&D needs to develop a new kind of leadership to ensure businesses remain successful and sustainable.Read More
Lizzie Brzozowska Leadership is a service not a right
Lizzie Brzozowska discusses the impact millennials and our consumer society are having on the modern workplace in relation to leadership theories and the evolution of 'servant leadership'.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Making leadership learning real
I've found that keeping it as real as possible, using experiential learning, is the real ‘x factor’ for building self-awareness and soft skills in our leadership.Read More