"But how do you know if the training has worked?" The implication of this question is that training is all a bit intangible, isn’t it? At a recent function, I had a very interesting conversation with the CEO of a medium-sized IT company. He clearly cared about the...
Every organisation has a culture. The question is what sort of culture does your organisation have? And does it match the culture you want? How do you shape these virtually invisible behaviours?
Communication is simple, conceptually. It is the practice that can be challenging, especially when we are pressured for time, or must communicate with a ‘difficult’ person. In recent years, in our drive for efficiency in all aspects of business including communication, we have neglected effectiveness. This has led to frustration, missed deadlines, rework, tedious meetings ….
The latest predictions are that automation will affect the jobs of 6.5 million Australians. The question we should all be asking ourselves is, how do I make sure I’m not one of those adversely affected? The key is to upskill and start building a high level of competence at things computers and technology can’t do
Research shows those team members who ‘strongly agree’ that they trust their manager/leader are eight times more likely to be fully engaged than those who just ‘agree’ or are ‘neutral’. Discover how you can use the power of trust to boost the performance of your teams.
There are three key elements for increasing accountability with your staff. Absolute clarity around all three will make it easier for you to be sure that you have been completely reasonable and clear, it will increase the chances of them actually becoming accountable in reality and it will decrease your levels of stress and frustration.