It's the age-old question senior members of the team always ask themselves... "What makes a good leader?" and "Am I one?" Speaking from personal experience, it's a tricky question to answer. I've had great leaders. Ones that have inspired me, guided me, and from whom I've learned a great deal. They're the ones that listened […]
When we're less preoccupied with our own accomplishments, we have more time and energy to think about others. Humility is therefore a highly desirable trait in any leader.
Unilever has rediscovered what its founders learned back in the day: treating people decently is good for business.
Today, more than ever, ethics are a leadership imperative. Bruna Martinuzzi examines the power of ethical leaders and what it takes to be one.
Transformational Leadership values both empathy and productivity, and we need it to face the four challenges of our time.
Quiet firing may be the new workplace trend on everyone's lips but the concept is nothing new, and it may be more common than you think. So, how can you avoid quiet firing?
"A conversation can be subtly steered so that someone will come to a conclusion and make a decision themselves. And this is the ultimate catalyst for change." - Joe Morris
Elite sport and grassroots sport inhabit different worlds. One's cutthroat and zero-sum, the other's full of positives for learning, resilience, collaboration, and self-confidence
"Leaders of good character keep their promises... and treat you as a human being and not as an object."
"I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship." Brené Brown Observation. Judgment. Feedback. Three separate words with three separate meanings. Yet the more I contemplate these words, the […]