Category Archives for trust

How leaders create align personal goals with business purpose to achieve a results based culture

Yesterday I met with a CEO of a national brand. She had just completed her interview with Investors in People assessors and was hoping to maintain gold status.  One of the questions that was asked left

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Micromanagers

The worst excuses I’ve heard about being a controlling manager

Controlling Managers are everywhere and they have told me some great reasons why they do what they do. Thankfully most of them are smart enough to realise that their own justifications are feeding their

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Trust in leadership

Leading with trust to find solutions

Trust is essential in leadership and followership. The word trust seems to come up time and time again in my conversations with leaders. When we talk, leaders say, “of course, we have high trust

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fear and blame kill performance

Fear is harming your business. 5 Ways to spot it

Fear as a management tool is common place still. Even though it’s impact is so negative on every level, fear is still the foundation of many managers toolkit. It’s not their fault, but I often

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5 practices talent magnets do daily to develop people’s best work

The talent shortage is real and many companies are struggling to fill their most important vacancies, which means they are struggling to grow, perform and innovate. Yet other companies seem to have their

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