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Developing Effective Change Leadership

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leading in organisational change

What do we need for successful change? My previous post dealt with the importance of organisational change, this one goes on to look at how change leadership is needed for effective transformation. People don’t necessarily find change easy but change is essential.  Organisations have to change, it is inevitable, but managing that change effectively is […]

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Why Organisational Change is Important

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Change Leadership

How Organisational Change can be effective Heraclitus observed that there is nothing permanent except change (c.600 BCE). Therefore change is not a new challenge, but many would agree that the rate of change – in our personal and professional lives – is increasing.  Organisational change is more important than ever because the rate of change […]

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Are You Asking Effective Questions?

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How good is your questioning technique? What types of questions are effective in leadership, management and coaching?   Pierre- Marc-Gaston said “Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.” It would not be an understatement to say that asking good questions is a fundamental communication skill and therefore key to effectiveness in […]

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Are You Really Listening?

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How you can improve your listening skills and be an active listener   What makes a good listener? Do you know what it takes to be a good listener? For those of blessed with good hearing, listening is a primary sense and the audible environment shapes how we interact with the world. Considering how important […]

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The Surprising Power of Going for a Walk

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The Power of Walking

How walking can improve thinking, communication, creativity and wellbeing Steve Jobs enjoyed the productivity of walking meetings. William Wordsworth’s creativity flowed from being in the open air. Aristotle lectured on the move and Henry David Thoreau did his best thinking while sauntering about. What could taking a stroll do for you? Walking can inspire conversation, […]

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Leadership Lessons from Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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Star Wars: The dangers of pride and hubris in Leadership “Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall.” Proverbs 16:18 (KJV) The idea of ‘pride going before a fall’ is one of the best known quotes (or misquotes) from the Bible and never is the saying more true than in the context of […]