I’ll be commencing an Executive Masters course in the Neuroscience of Leadership next month. My thesis will be around the impact of technology and the ‘dependancy’ on 24/7 connectivity on our attention, stress, quality of life etc.
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Help people think better – don’t tell them what to do. That’s the advice from a new management practice for today’s corporate realities. Josie Thomson outlines the strategies for what has been labelled ‘quiet leadership’.
It’s a complex and stressed out world in corporations large and small. Most workers are juggling dozens if not hundreds of emails a day, delivering results under significant time pressures, working on half a dozen big projects, dealing with politics, resources, difficult customers and all sorts
Four unexpected leadership qualities
Are you working in an organisation where leaders model the characteristics of inspiring leadership? Do the leaders in your organisation display personality characteristics that lead to superior performance and success?
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Are you a leader who has great leadership qualities? Are you
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What is your calling in life? What makes you come alive? How can you bring out the greatness in yourself and others?
Leaders who make a profound difference in the world know the answers to these questions. They are driven by a vision so compelling that others