Kate Mercer looks at why job descriptions should focus on the results people are accountable for producing, not the activities to be carried out to achieve them.
We look at what makes workplace partnerships truly effective, and give you tips on what mindset shifts you need to achieve them.
We all have set ways of approaching problems, finding solutions and ultimately making decisions. We look at the 7 decision-making traps you can fall into.
As a leader, it’s your job to decide what kind of behaviour you would like in your organisation. But how do you find your own style as a leader?
Businesses grow up with a certain ‘culture’ – it seems simply to develop, often without intention. Here's why you need to examine your own culture.
See the world differently by developing a flexible, resilient mindset that will help you to become a wise leader. We give you 6 ways of reaching that goal.
Do you know what you want? Are your dreams specific or do you have noble goals and aspirations? We look at how outcomes can help you achieve your dreams
How does your mindset influence your approach to risk assessment? See how risk averse you are & why this affects how you tackle challenges in your business.
When you rise up an organisation's ladder, your job changes. We look at the mindset shift needed in order to be a successful manager.
Most important work in organisations is not done by one person in isolation; it most often involves individuals and groups working together. In this article we make four simple suggestions for stopping the finger-pointing and restoring harmony. Why is it so unusual to see individuals and groups working genuinely harmoniously together? And why do some groups stop collaborating, preferring to spend most of their energies finger-pointing the other group? It… read more →