We have been arguing for an extended period of time now that value-driven leadership is essential for organisational success.
To avoid these consequences, managers must stop viewing management as the job of using people to achieve a result.
The right to demand of your employees is thus earned, not by paying a wage, but rather by subscribing to these criteria of Care and Growth.
Every we hold our Care and Growth One Day Executive Programme to examine leadership and create new paradigms that provide participants with a refreshing and empowering perspective on working relationships.
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.
Leaders need to look after their people, they can’t outsource this responsibility without negative consequences.
Great leaders are very often not very nice but we appreciate their harshness because we know it is rooted in a genuine concern for us and it helps us become better.
In this article I want to explain the relationship between control and accountability.
It is often very difficult for leaders to determine if their employees are engaged or not. There is one thing they can bear in mind that will be very helpful though.
In this article I want to briefly talk about internal controls in business and what their purpose is. P.S. they come with a health warning!