There are obvious benefits to giving employees more autonomy in the workplace. Greater engagement, more accountability, greater job satisfaction, etc. are all possible benefits.
Growth is, of course, an essential part of effective leadership. Part of the work that I do is helping people understand growth in a work environment.
My dream as an educator is to facilitate the growth of strong, noble hearts and inquisitive, sharp minds. Of upmost importance for this is working on my intent.
The time has come to redefine leadership. When you critical examine what leadership involves, you quickly discover that it is necessary to turn the conventional definition of leadership on its head.
Below standard performance, and dealing with it, is one of the biggest headaches for any organisation. Here is a list of 7 things which account for poor performance.
Excellence is achieved when the task at hand is given full focus and attention. Clifford Dintwe is an example of a leader who lives the Schuitema Intent Thematic
Identifying a strong potential leader can be significantly enhanced if have a bit of a checklist of behaviours that indicate the leadership potential of the candidate.
It is dangerous for an organisation to solicit competition between members of the same group. Competition in a team prevents cooperative success…
I would like to discuss the advantages of feedback and note some useful tips to keep in mind about how to give feedback so that it is well received.
Effective leaders maximize employee potential. The product of effective leadership is committed people who are very competent. But how is this achieved?