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Inspiring Others to Embrace Change

What makes people, who possess knowledge about what they need to do to actually improve their performance, alter and change their behaviour? The answer is volition- a purposeful, intentional choice. People choose to change their behaviour when they have a

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Three Skill Sets to Drive Your Leadership Performance

There is nothing more destructive to an organization than a leader who is out of touch. You have to remain relevant. There is no doubt our world has changed; a lot of it for the better. Our workforces have also

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LEADING HEALTHCARE TRANSFORMATION THROUGH CHAOS

Let’s face it, if we are not changing, chances are we’re not alive. Resistance to change is normal and natural. You see, the minute your brain realizes you are moving out of your ‘comfort zone’…it automatically sets off the famous

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LEADING CHANGE THROUGH CHAOS

Let’s face it, if we are not changing, chances are we’re not alive.  Resistance to change is normal and natural.  You see, the minute your brain realizes you are moving out of your ‘comfort zone’…it automatically sets off the famous

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The New Leadership Paradigm

The knowledge economy and the subsequent ‘human’ economy as some refer to it, has presented the business world with the need for a huge paradigm shift on a global scale. As organizational success increasingly depends on the ability of the

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The Cost of No Change

Changing behaviour is not something we like to do. Generally, being human means we lack the willingness to change even when we have the knowledge and the capability to do so. In fact, we lack the willingness to change even

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Leader Behaviour for a High Performing Culture

Arising from the research being done in the neurosciences, the idea of individual behaviour, group and team behaviour, and overall organizational behaviour has taken on a new importance. Behaviour is the most tangible evidence of organizational culture that there is.

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The Feedback Loop of Change

Giving and receiving feedback is probably one of life’s greatest challenges both personally and professionally. As leaders, it is critical to continually develop our capacity for both giving and receiving feedback, both positive and negative. Most would agree that giving

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