The New Leadership Paradigm

Posted by Kyran Newell on 24/07/2018 11:56am

We have and are seeing a massive shift in leadership style, driven by employee expectations, new ways of working, and in the communications technology used to support them both. No longer leadership as hero, but leadership as partner. This shift is so widespread now it can be viewed as the new leadership paradigm.

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5 Good Practices to Become a Better Leader

Posted by Kyran Newell on 12/02/2018 5:14pm

Nowadays, leading people well trumps expertly managing tasks. A new leadership style and practices are needed for business success - distributed, inclusive and collaborative leadership that invites and supports the team to participate in decisions, planning and actions - leading to better individual, team and business results.

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Self Projection for the Modest

Posted by John Lees on 01/09/2017 4:41pm

John Lees explains how quieter people can make a bigger impact. Why are so many career changers told to “get out there and sell yourself”? In some labour markets, especially the UK and US, access to jobs has changed significantly. The UK, for example has seen a noticeable decline in conventional job advertisements....

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Health promoting leaders unleash organisational performance

Posted by Sarah McGuinness on 30/03/2016 12:00am

In terms of priorities, health often comes last for leaders. Time and time again, studies have found the top sources of stress for executives are excessive workload and/or long hours, lack of work/life balance and inadequate staffing. Yet the effect of poor health for leaders can be profound. A survey of executives...

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Our Organisational Leadership Model

Posted by admin on 31/10/2014 10:35am

In th P28302 Leadership model globe FA V5 e ODI worldview, organisations are systems that operate within a wider system of suppliers, competitors, customers and other stakeholders, which is bounded by the physical and biological environment that is our planet. The small graphic on the left hints at how that...

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