What makes an effective leader?
People tend to have different views of what exactly a good boss looks like. Our preferences for leadership styles can be influenced by our personality, our culture, our experience. However, there are some common themes that often emerge from research and anecdotal evidence on leadership.
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When a team is not working effectively, people often tend to focus on the “troublemakers”: Those that do not seem to fit well with the group, or are seen as being the cause of the problem. However, rather than taking this approach, why not begin thinking “what can I change?” If you want to improve your team, it starts with reflecting on yourself. Read More “Common Pitfalls for High Performing Teams and How to Avoid Them”
Buckingham & Goodall’s new book, “Nine Lies About Work” debunk some very common misconceptions about work.
We have identified the Nine KinchLyons Truths about work, and more importantly, we share leadership tips for what to do about the lies.
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What is an intrapreneur?
It isn’t a spelling mistake. Intrapreneurship is the idea of being an entrepreneur within an organisation. An intrapreneur uses their creativity, adaptability, and vision to drive success and continually grow and renew their business.
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“We are being sold unhappiness, because unhappiness is where the money is”
– Matt Haig, Notes on a Nervous Planet
Read More “Emotional Intelligence in the Age of Social Media”