Monthly Archives: March 2012

I’ve had better bosses, boss!

According to research recently carried out by DDI UK, nearly a quarter of employees feel that their current boss is a poor match for their ‘best ever boss’.  They are apparently failing way behind when it comes to recognition, supporting … Continue reading

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When The Going Gets Tough …… We Choose to Manage Rather Than Lead

When considering leadership and management development we often explore the difference between the two. Intellectually we know that management is about short term, getting things done through others and leadership is about inspiring longer-term commitment to a purpose. We usually … Continue reading

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In the words of Sir Richard

I was just watching a short video on Youtube – Richard Branson sharing his advice for Entrepreneurs.  It is clear, not just from what he says here, but from everything we observe of him, that he values people and recognises … Continue reading

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In the Moment

I was recently reminded of the Washington Post experiment where the world renowned violinist played anonymously in a subway to see how people would react.  From the hundreds of passers-by, only 6 people paused to listen at all.  Some children … Continue reading

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