Positive Leadership During Coronavirus/Covid-19 – Clarity, Commitment, Values
In this week’s video: Two messages for leaders from day 8 of Quarantine in Barcelona: Tony Anagor – the importance of sharing positive encouragement Warren Rustand – leading from my own personal core Clarity of Vision Certainty of Action Values We are on day 8 of Quarantine in Barcelona. I’ve been sharing my experiences of…
Culture: by Design, or by Default?
“Only 3 things happen naturally in organisations: friction, confusion and underperformance. Everything else requires leadership” Peter Drucker Mediocrity is effortless. Excellence requires effort. Excellence requires a culture of excellence. In the absence of cultures of excellence I will find an excuse to let myself slip from my best. Do you surround yourself with cultures of excellence? “Great…
When You Lead There Is No Such Thing As A Trivial Act
The title of this post came from a summary of a talk by Pat Murray. As a leader, people watch every single act. If you are in a bad mood and act out of that bad mood, people think that is who you are. Words are generally ignored, we watch what you allow to happen. As…