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3 Key Steps to Keep You From Overrating Your Leadership Skills

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Whether you're a CEO or a mid-level manager, it is important to have an accurate picture of your leadership skills. This includes personal leadership skills, such as organisation and time management, as well as higher-level skills including delegation, communication, vision and empowerment of others.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

The Building Blocks of Great Leadership

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Leadership at its core is still about mobilising people in an organisation around common goals in order to achieve impactful results. Its foundation boils down to the basic skills used by any leader in any organisation. 

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

7 Traits of High-Performance Leadership In Turbulent Times

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It's easy to lead when things are going well. It's only when adversity strikes that great leaders shine. In this turbulent time, how can you step up your leadership game? Master these 7 leadership traits to better navigate the white water of the business-as-unusual post-COVID world. 

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

What Are OKR Champions and Why Are They Crucial to Your Organisation?

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During the implementation of OKR (Objectives and Key Results) in your company, it is crucial the framework is well-maintained and consistently integrated into the company culture. Therefore, every company adopting OKRs should have OKR champions whose primary responsibility is to advocating for a successful OKR implementation.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

Don't Feedback, Try Feedforward Instead!

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Feedforward, a concept introduced by business educator and coach Marshall Goldsmith, is rapidly gaining traction, and for good reason. Properly used, feedforward can help create a better workplace by aiding individuals in moving beyond the invisible barriers that hinder their productivity and performance.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

Sustainable Growth and Higher Team Performance Start Here

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Getting coached today is no longer associated with the stigma "there must be something broken. Why else are you hiring a coach?"

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

Fatigue, Exhaustion, Disengagement in A World of Working From Anywhere

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For many, the "Can we maintain the same quality of work and productivity without any supervision, colleagues, and while working from home?" used to be the biggest concern pre-pandemic. Today, after an extended period of experimenting, we have finally found the answer to the question above: "Of course we can." And for many, remote work is the norm due to its flexibility and agility.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management, digital workplace

[Infographic] Understand the Difference Between Coaching and Mentoring

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At the core, the relationships between mentors and mentees/ coaches and coachees are built on trust, respect, and confidentiality.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

Top Business Coaches in The World – Who Are They?

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Coaching is a powerful tool to empower employees. However, it is often underutilised. When implemented effectively, coaching can make an impact on an individual's life and career. Leaders that apply coaching techniques can unlock individuals' potential and maximise their capabilities, thus, creating a more productive, engaged, and satisfied workforce.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

Want to Empower Your Employees Even More? Be Lazy!

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It's been a century since efficiency expert Frank Bunker Gilbreth discovered in 1920 that it's best to hire a lazy worker to do a hard job because they will find an easy way to do it. (And no, it's not Bill Gates who said it first.) But the philosophy of "working smarter, not harder" has not fully caught on among managers themselves. 

In an article published on FastCompany, Matt Casey, author of The Management Delusion—The Easy Way to Do a Hard Job, shared his thoughts on "the lazy management approach", a term which he coined during his time at Moonfruit (UK). The name is a clever take on the nature of his management position, and it has nothing with being lazy.

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Blog Topics: Talent Management

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