Tags archives: Leadership development
Are you sitting comfortably? Welcome to my series of podcasts that will help you to navigate those inevitable difficult events at work that are part of being a manager.Today I want to talk about how to remove and overcome fear in the workplace.Fear is destructive in a workplace. It can a[...]
Some amount of conflict in the workplace is inevitable, but when conflict is allowed to linger and it escalates, this is when it becomes the business owner's problem.
Supportive and collaborative workplaces where working relationships are good, improve performance and productivity, but where co[...]
All too often, aggression is mistaken for good leadership, when the truth is that it’s not ruling by fear or asserting dominance that changes businesses for the better, it’s being more compassionate and understanding.A manager who thinks they just need to crack the whip to get employees to[...]
You know your business has more potential but you feel as if you are stagnating?
You took on employees but had no management experience and now you’re struggling with the relationship conflicts and people not pulling their weight.
You envisaged an atmosphere of calm and kindness but instead, it’s fr[...]
Recently a young Manager came to me upset with what her Manager had said about her lack of control over her emotions at work. It took me back as I used to find it difficult to hide my emotions and if I was upset it would show. The first point we discussed was what the examples were that the Manager [...]
- The market size of the UK Consulting services is estimated at more than ten billion pounds a year as at 2016 (www.statista.com). That’s a lot of money so why do people use consultants. Let me touch on how Management consultants can help you.One scenario that springs to mind is helping the small [...]
Recently I’ve been thinking back to my first few jobs and what I learnt from them. For many years I worked for my mum and dad in their tea room and memories are full of laughter and love. At 18, I left home and went to work out in the big city. What an eye-opener!My first real job was clerical a[...]