If you want to know what sets a high performer apart from the crowd, it really boils down to just one simple idea.
Attitude matters when we’re dealing with challenging people or situations, and these are two ways that we can respond better.
It can no longer be about looking good. Cultivation of character is about being good. What if we expected more of ourselves, our kids and the teams we lead?
We are in the age of scepticism, transparency and empowerment, and the need to trust our leaders and businesses is at an all time high.
How many times had I acted like Queen Bee and taken all the opportunities for myself, rather than encouraged another to use their leadership gifts?
In schools and workplaces, the different approaches to teaching and authority tend to group themselves into four key categories.
Work and life are not necessarily in competition, but rather both are key to our contributions, relationships and fulfilment.
In order to build a strategic mindset in teams, students and business cultures these 4 simple questions can prove helpful.
When we’re infected with tall poppy syndrome, insecurity, fear or pain leads up to cut people down instead of watering them with grace.
If business leaders empower their scattered team, then we are guaranteed to see the most unique of innovations spring from the most unique of times.