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What's Your Best Question?



As leaders we are always on the lookout for ways to empower and grow our team. One of the classic ways to do this is to ask questions rather than assert our own viewpoint.

 

Asking questions can:

Save time in the medium to long term

Empower people to extra-ordinary performance

How to Spot a Performance Dip


Everyone has good days and bad days, don’t they?  You know those days when everything seems to go wrong, when we say the wrong thing at the wrong time or do the polar opposite of what was required at that moment.

 

As an effective leader, your job is to spot the difference between a temporary blip in performance and a much more serious dip. You need to know about performance issues before they become a problem.

How To Deal with Complainers


My work requires me to travel extensively and when things don’t quite go to plan, train and airline staff take the anger of passengers in their stride and as part of their job role as ambassadors of their company.           

Beyond Hello, how are you?


The challenge for leaders today is to blend logic with emotion. This is the paradox of business and organisations today. The business of business, money, budgets, setting targets, K.P.I.’s and corporate responsibilities, requires a large amount of logic to get through the processes successfully. Logic has its’ place, however our real 


Is Your Strategy a Dog's Dinner?


I have run across a great book which I recommend anyone in a leadership position take the time to read:


Good Strategy/Bad Strategy: The difference and why it matters

Richard Rumelt

In his book, Richard makes a strong case that boardrooms are caught up in “wishful thinking” instead of robust strategic thinking.....