Category Archives for "Leadership"
How do you increase the chances of a successful change project? One of the tools, steeped in science is Lewin’s Force Field Analysis. We’ll show you the tool and how to use it to help you in your role. Lewin’s Force Field Analysis is a simple tool that helps you identify the forces for and […]Continue reading
Imagine you’ve been offered a job, but you’re caught between having the stability and good friendships that you’ve got in your existing job… and the improved opportunities of your new one. You like the idea of moving up the ladder and earning more, but pulled by the comfort zone you’ve created. You sway back and […]Continue reading
The Decision Matrix Tool: When you’re faced with more complicated decisions, it’s not always easy to get it right first time. This article will help you make better decisions, so you can focus more on implementation and less on dealing with the sense of being stuck. Sometimes we have to make decisions based on an […]Continue reading
What’s your first thought when talking to a new recruit? Is it a low down on the targets and KPIs that need to be met? Or do you like to spend more time to get to know them and what their strengths and weaknesses are (and how you can help develop them)? These questions form […]Continue reading
Is it me or does no-one in the workplace talk about leadership styles as something that they can learn and master? “My leadership style is very hands-off. I won’t micromanage. I’ll let you get on with it. You know where I am if you need me.” That was what I was told by my manager […]Continue reading
You’ve managed this way for years, but now you’re starting to wonder if being the boss and making all the decisions is the right thing to do? After all, it seems that you’re the only one that cares… Authoritarian lеаdеrѕhiр is a lеаdеrѕhiр style in which the leader makes unilateral decisions, meaning to say, deciding […]Continue reading