A clear leading purpose gives both focus and confidence.
Discusses the fact that it’s as much about having the will to do something in respect of managing your boss, as it is about knowing how to do it.
First published in our NBR column this blog explore why performance is contextual. This reasoning is not an excuse for poor performance. But it is a compelling reason to begin regular meaningful discussions with our direct reports to understand the confluence of factors that actually do impact on their performance
Sometimes what we identify as a time management issue is actually more of a self-management issue. The solution may be more about understanding what’s going on for you, rather than a time management course.
Explores the benefit of building self-awareness around how you come across as a leader and taking action to deal with unhelpful elements.