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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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Understanding Emotional Needs Today

Influential leaders are leaders (with or without a formal title or role) who possess the mind and behaviour habits that create positive and energized emotions within themselves and around them. They are emotionally aware leaders, and they actively seek information

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The Behaviour Element of Performance Excellence

Performance can be illustrated by this simple formula: Performance= technical skill x behavioural skill. In high-risk industries, such as health care delivery, an imbalance between these two elements of performance (technical skill and behavioural skill) can result in poor work

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Are Your People Connections Positive or Negative?

What is it that achieves results for organizations to succeed? Is it the methods, tools, technologies, protocols and systems, or is it the people? There is no doubt – it is your people that achieve results. The methods, tools, technologies,

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An Energized Workplace: The 4 Steps Recapped

As we recap the 4 Step Process for an energized workforce outlined in my previous posts it becomes clear that leaders of the future will have to do far more ‘inside’ work than was required of their predecessors. Step 1

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