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Simple steps to improving your leadership in 2019

Posted on Jan 3, 2019

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Be a better leader

Simple steps to improving your leadership

Can you remember your worst boss? Did their micromanagement make your life a misery? Or was it their lack of respect that pushed you over the edge?

In a recent blog post, recruitment firm Cpl considers what makes a bad boss. Micromanagement, not backing up their team, too much ego and unrealistic demands were all cited as red flags. “As many companies strive to improve diversity and company culture, there are still bosses out there that drive their employees to quit,” Cpl’s post notes.

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The benefits of giving

Posted on Dec 13, 2018

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CSR: Corporate Social Responsibility

The benefits of giving

The next few weeks will likely be a flurry of activity at work: getting projects over the line before year end, setting goals and budgets for the year ahead, and finishing off all those niggly admin tasks that have slid to the bottom of the to-do list.

And outside the office, you’ve probably got plenty to think about too: buying gifts, ordering festive food and arranging the logistics of your family’s holiday celebrations.

But, if you can find a moment, now is a good time to reflect on how you as a leader and your company gives back all year round.

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Becoming bolder

Posted on Nov 22, 2018

Woman looking deep in thought about a decision she is making.

Becoming bolder.

Speak out or shut up?

What would you do when there is something going on in your organisation that leaves a bad taste in your mouth? Do you speak out, even though it could put your job and reputation at risk? By getting your strategy right, you are more likely to get the outcome you want – and come out unscathed.

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Overcoming that niggling self-doubt

Posted on May 30, 2018

According to Young, talking about “imposter feelings” is a good first step towards overcoming them.

Overcoming that niggling self-doubt

You’ve just landed a big promotion, won a lucrative contract with a new client or signed off on a major deal. You should be feeling proud of your achievements, but instead you are plagued by nagging self-doubt. An irritating little voice in your head asks whether you are really qualified for your new job or says it’s a miracle that you someone like you managed to get that deal over the line.

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A culture of civility

Posted on Apr 19, 2018

A culture of civility Post - Broadly Speaking

“We can learn a lot about a leader by watching how they speak with the person at the reception desk,”

A culture of civility

Do you work in an office brimming with tension, with colleagues that snap when asked a question? A more civil, respectful workplace is not only a nicer place to work, but also likely to be more productive.

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Effective meetings

Posted on Mar 15, 2018

Effective Meetings - Broadly Speaking

“Meetings are places to go to talk about things you’re supposed to be doing later.”

Making meetings make sense

The dreaded meeting. For many people, meetings come high on the list of things that waste their time. After a work day filled with meetings, it can be easy to feel like you haven’t really achieved all that much.

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