Month: March 2021

As a leader, you are driven, goal-orientated and aspire to more. By leading yourself, you lead your team and your organization. You have identified your goal, are ready to accomplish it, believe you can, know you have that can-do attitude and you start doing it. BUT what happens when your employees procrastinate…? It stops you
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There is no business transformation without the transformation of its leaders. Far too many transformational efforts don’t deliver on its high ambitions. Instead of realising step-change improvements, they often lead to incremental change. Through sports, I experienced what it took to realise step-change improvements. To tap into unknown opportunities, I had to reinvent my leadership
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In this remote world of work, leading organizations and CEOs undoubtedly want employees who stay motivated and excited about their jobs. Leaders understand how this will enhance a culture of wellbeing, drive performance, and improve innovation. This is where inclusive leadership comes in. It endorses that leaders encourage diverse voices and fairness in the workplace.
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All of us like to be spoiled from time to time and get some signs of appreciation from our other half. Anniversaries are a great opportunity to celebrate your love for one another and add special gifts to your collection. Especially for married couples chances for surprise are more valuable and well-received due to the
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While sailing, the Sunreef 80 Eco also generates power from rotation of the propellers Sunreef Yachts is on course to premiere its new 80 Eco sailing catamaran this summer as it builds what it calls “the world’s most advanced sustainable luxury catamaran”. The all-electric Sunreef 80 Eco is based on the Sunreef 80, the flagship
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Once upon a time intelligence was related to mathematics and our ability to do complex calculations in a timely fashion way. Scientists who study the human mind and behavior have shed some light on the issue. Anthropologists, biologists, psychiatrists, and doctors all now agree that things are a little more complex. Sternberg’s theory assumes there
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Less than a decade ago many economic players pronounced the triumph of global marketing. Governments encouraged market-based decision rules of economic games. Those who invoked benefits of government planning and state monopolies rapidly encountered substantial public doubt. Ten years is a long time for firms and their customers. Conditions have changed. Back then, competitive market
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Due to Covid-19 restrictions, online shopping has increased significantly. A rapid increase in online sales had been noticed a few years ago when almost everyone got access to a laptop, a tablet, or even a smartphone. Society became familiar with technology and people stopped being in constant fear about whether their personal information will leak
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The passions that divisive political and social issues invoke are making their way into all aspects of our lives ’ including the workplace.  For business leaders managing teams with differing views, growing tensions can have a significant impact on team morale, productivity and performance. But, at the same time, it’s important for employees to feel
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At executive level, uncontrolled ego can kill a business. Recent research shows 57 percent of employees have left a job because of poor leadership. Losing top talent cost Australian businesses $3.8 billion over 12-months. Ego: what is it? Simply put, it’s what keeps us alive and safe. It’s the thing that drives us forward, makes
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While the education system has long experienced disparities in funding and resources, the unmet needs of K-12 classrooms have never been more apparent than during the pandemic. Within a matter of weeks, many districts shifted to remote learning and curriculums were uprooted ’ a process that, under normal circumstances, would have taken years of deliberations
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