Trust is the basis for almost everything we do. This insightful article from the Harvard Business Review looks at the three core drivers of trust: authenticity, logic, and empathy. It explores how leaders can identify their weaknesses and strengths on these three dimensions, and offers advice on how all three can be developed in the service of a truly empowering leadership style.
It is often difficult for leaders to ask for feedback from their teams. This article from The Harvard Business Review offers some excellent (specific) strategies for leaders to elicit meaningful feedback from their team/s.
The Leadership 480 Podcast explores how and when to ask for feedback, what to do with it once you get it, and why feedback matters so much for leaders. Lack of feedback for leaders limits their effectiveness significantly.
This powerful podcast illuminate’s audio quotes from 20 Great Coaches. It looks at views of these cultures from the coach’s perspective. It's a fascinating look at culture and performance perspectives from coaching perspectives.
This podcast is an interview with Patrick Lencioni. They explore the topic "culture in sport and business beating talent, again and again". Patrick Lencioni is the pioneer of the organizational health movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on leadership and teamwork. He is the author of 11 books, which have sold over 6 million copies and been translated into more than 30 languages. In t
This article from The CEO Magazine offers powerful parallels between sport and business culture. The article states that "building a strong culture is essential for a successful sporting team. A good culture means results are given the chance to follow. Often in business, the reverse is the case – results at any cost is the mantra."
This article from McKinsey & Company discusses the topic, "Are Perfect Leaders Born or Made?". The article states that only 10% of people have the natural talent to become great managers and discusses some self-improvement techniques to invest in improving those capabilities.
This podcast is from Bryan Deptula, who has dedicated his life to leadership studies and teaching others what leadership is. He offers a slightly different view and holds the belief that leaders are 'born to be made'. In this podcast Dr. Jaime chats with Dr. Bryan Deptula about the differences between leaders and managers, how they are created and why it is so important to develop your team into l
Adam’s leadership of the Real Coaching division, along with the experience of Roosy, Gerard and the Performance By Design team, creates an exciting and unique proposition for clients and an organic expansion of the business.
Sean Aylmer's full interview with Guy Raz, host of How I Built This, one of the world's most popular podcasts. Guy has turned his podcast into a book, and he shares some of the remarkable stories of entrepreneurs and founders with Fear and Greed.
The study identifies the mindsets that helped top chief executives deliver extraordinary impact and summarised them into six key responsibilities: Setting the direction, Aligning the organization, Mobilizing through leaders, Engaging the board, Connecting with stakeholders, and Managing personal effectiveness.
Whether your business is a start-up or has been in operation for over 30 years, they must instil change at some point to remain relevant and operate efficiently.