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Four characteristics for new CEOs to master early

The announcement of a new CEO is an exciting time. Exciting for them personally as this is usually a culmination of many years effort, exciting for their family who have
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Imagine telling the organisation to stop working, for a month!

How many times have you heard leaders say they are over worked, their teams are too busy, everyone has an excessive amount of work to be completed? And when you
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Fostering an End of the Week Reflection as a Leadership Discipline

There are many aspects to developing effectiveness as a leader. Understanding the context you are in while adapting to the evolving needs of your stakeholder groups, offering clarity or direction
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The Tyranny of Perfection … Mind the Gap!

If there is one topic that rears its head often in conversations about leading in context it is the quest for perfection. Not just the leaders self-critic in full swing,
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The surprise that awaits most new ‘C’ level leaders

She was a year into her first global CEO position with we caught up for lunch. I had known Jennifer when she led a regional based leadership team in Asia
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What gets in our way when we are trying to change our leadership behaviours?

The annual cycle of performance feedback or leadership assessment tools means most senior leaders have received many hours of feedback by the time they get to senior roles. Books such
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