Thought Leadership


When Business Goals and Company Culture Clash

Business growth and profitability is the stuff of legends. Companies that astound investors, employees and the business media with sustained or unprecedented expansion become the darlings of the global financial markets and the spotlight grows on the careers of the executive officers, non-executive directors and innovators who made it all happen.
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When Pushing Your People To Excel Reaches Its Limit

You probably already know - or perhaps even fit - this management type. You know, the hard-charging Chief Executive who demands a tremendous amount out of his or her people, and even more of themselves. If you have worked with and possibly even reported to just such a global leader, you may have find yourself thankful for the experience, humbled by their commitment and personal sacrifice
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Organisation, Personal Productivity and The Rhythm of Work

There comes a time in the life of a busy, globe-trotting corporate executive when it seems the 'To Do' items on your professional priorities list keep coming at a dizzying pace. It is no wonder, then, why even the most accomplished business leaders look to the advice of other, successful people for ideas and clues about becoming more productive,
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The Perils of Functional Management and Global Reporting

The ways of the modern business world are changing and evolving almost as fast as global organisations are trying to find and maximize new business opportunities. For many companies, growing beyond their initial national borders is an undertaking that has been years in the making, while others - nearly from the start - have grown cross-border roots just as soon as their ideas took flight.
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Linking Self-Awareness and Relationship Building

We've all been there. You know, at that moment in an awkward business, social or community environment when it becomes pretty clear to most parties involved that one among you has an alarming lack of self-awareness. Whether that reality is betrayed by one's behavior or language, such a lack of self-awareness is often a signal to others to disengage, maybe for good.
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The Keys To Improving Workforce Productivity

There comes that time in a company's fiscal year when the executive team looks at the top line and the bottom line and then looks to the people around the room for answers and solutions. If the results are better than expected, the excitement lends itself to a comfortable discussion about what more can be done to push great financial returns even higher. You have been here before.
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Being Mindful of Your Leadership Default Settings

When you open your computer each morning, your email looks a certain way, your web browser makes it easy to get to your favorite web sites, and your desktop looks however you like to see it organised. This is because, somewhere along the line, you or one of your IT staff programmed these as the defaults you will come back to time and again, thereby making clever short-cuts a real time-saver
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