Here is a poem by Dineo Morakile, produced in the earluy hours of the morning on the latest personal excellence program:
If we are very deliberate about developing deep respectful relationship in our professional lives, what we are in effect doing is cultivating alliances which can act as a lunch pad to maximise our own potential.
Preventing disengaged employees is one of the key leadership challenges. Thankfully there are a number of common practices the leader can keep in mind. Here is a list of 7 behaviours that help keep employees engaged.
Results are like the scorecard which lets the astute and effective leader know how well his people are doing and whether and where he needs to intervene to address performance issues
This is the essence of effective leadership, the effective leader looks after his people and shows them the way.
Today I had my first experience of driving in Karachi traffic in Pakistan! If you are wondering why this event is worth mentioning, I will give you a bit of context.
Mangers often under-estimate the importance of spending a sufficient amount of time with their direct reports. For one thing, people tend to equate the time spent with them by their leader with their importance or the importance of the issue.
The mistake we all make is that we don’t just think that we are at the center of it all, we think we are more important than everything else.
I have found that the only way to get rid of this negative feeling is to get up and take action. It is by tackling an obstacle or obligation, no matter how challenging, that we are empowered by it, instead of overwhelmed by it.
If you follow this rule you will naturally know how to behave. Here is a list of six tips that put this rule into practice, which you can follow in your social interactions.