There are four instinctive behaviours leaders tend to default to in a crisis, and unfortunately, while they may be good qualities for ‘business as usual’, they are not the right ones for a crisis. Find out the four behaviours you need to demonstrate.
The 15 mantras that changed team culture and spurred the All Blacks on from their 2007 World Cup quarterfinal loss into becoming one the greatest teams in history.
How do you manage your emotions under pressure? How do you ensure you keep control and get the outcomes you want? Unfortunately, in life, there is no rewind button.
As leaders, you now need to switch gears from ‘survival mode’ to ‘recovery mode’. It’s time to rethink, restart, reinvent. It is time to move up, not merely move on.
It is abundantly clear that If you want to be successful in your career, you need strength in soft skills, in addition to your strength in hard skills. Fortunately, soft skills can be learned. However, the fact that they can be learned does not make them easy to learn.
Some people are born with a naturally high Emotional Intelligence (EQ), and some have a naturally high IQ. While you cannot improve a person’s IQ, fortunately, you can learn the skills to improve your EQ. Research has shown that Emotional Intelligence is the...