There has been a lot of talk lately about The Great Resignation. A global trend that is seeing a significant number of employees leave their job during the pandemic. Many people believe it’s a war between employees who want to work from home and bosses who want to shepherd everyone back into the office.
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Today’s fast-changing world features speed, complexity and dense interdependencies. The ability to problem solve and adapt in real time is critical, in order to advance an organisation forward.
At its core, this requires an energetic leadership team that are incredibly focused on delivering the right customer outcomes. Uniting together, as a harmonised collective – prioritising, communicating and co-ordinating work in alignment with a clear vision.
In my Integrated Trust Building System, at the intersection between connection and meaningful future, we have visibility. Being a trusted leader boils down to visibility.
We are living in unusual times. World over, people are exhausted, depleted and anxious about the future. The constant uncertainty that we are all living under has taken a heavy toll.
There is no doubt that COVID has changed our workplaces forever. Things will never go back to business as usual. All of us have been changed - whether we are aware of it or not.
In last week's article, I talked about why you need to love one-on-ones. They really are such a powerful trust and connection building tool with your direct reports.
One-on-ones meetings might seem like a management fad, but the truth is they are one of the most effective ways to build trust with your direct reports.
We have all heard of micromanagement - and how negative it can be to building trust in teams. But what about under-management?
If you are like a lot of people around the world, life might seem pretty hard right now.
One of the traits of achievement zone leaders is that they love receiving feedback. They use it to improve how they work and those around them.