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Personal growth and leadership lessons on a treadmill

Every day we are challenged to honour commitments to ourselves and to others. How we respond to these challenges affect the outcomes produced. Learning from how we respond is a powerful pathway for growth. I learnt the following lessons in engaging with a commitment I made to myself to exercise for 30 minutes every morning …

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High performing teams need balance

I read an interesting article today that quoted a UCLA neuroscientist who says that social skills are a multiplier that enables the harnessing of analytical skills, intelligence and competence.  This person says that well-connected teams who have good social interactions will work together to compliment the strengths and weaknesses of the team, achieving far more …

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Providing leadership in bringing your corporate values to life – Part Two

In the January 24 post we talked about what it takes to have your company values really be alive, have them be expressed in people’s actual behaviours. I promised that I would say more about the four areas to attend to in managing the creation and maintenance of a values-based culture and in the last …

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Providing leadership in bringing your Corporate Values to life.

In the January 24 post we talked about what it takes to have your company values really be alive, have them be expressed in people’s actual behaviours.  I promised that I would say more about the four areas to attend to in managing the creation and maintenance of a values-based culture, namely: STRUCTURES:  Such as …

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