What we don’t want to lose in the ‘next normal’ is all the new and innovative ways of working that we have developed and the strong sense of connection and belonging that has strengthened during this challenging time.
Both my parents have had a strong influence on my life. It wasn’t till much later in life that I realised exactly what that influence has been or how strong that influence was. A special gift from my father has been the strong desire to be the best that I can be. It’s not about … Continue reading "Being the best you can be as a leader"
According to research, board members are spending less time interacting with each other face-to-face. When board meetings only happen six to eight times a year with some directors dialing in via telephone or video conferencing, it’s not surprising that this can have a significant impact on boardroom dynamics and boardroom chemistry. In her recent article, … Continue reading "Boardroom Dynamics and Boardroom Chemistry: Why is it important?"
People always observe what a leader is doing, how they are behaving and what they are saying. Many leaders are naturally self-aware, but many are not. Think of these scenarios… The team members who feel they cannot go to their leader with feedback on their leadership style… The leader who hasn’t seen the elephant in the … Continue reading "The importance of the self-aware leader"