Gain commitment in others you coach by following the coaching skills below: Making time to coach, and being seen by employees as giving it a high priority Considering each individual and his or her learning needs Finding or making coaching opportunities which meet learning needs Asking questions to bring out further information that contributes to attitude change Actively listening Observing performance… Read more →
The current workforce rarely turn to mentors for raw information they can find elsewhere. What they look for from mentors is learning that is not available from other sources. Knowledge workers these days are so fiercely independent that sometimes people assume that they’re not interested in having mentors. The truth is that the majority of people place a high value… Read more →
Do not underestimate, overlook or under-utilize the Power of Vision for your organization. It creates cohesive teams that drive performance in the same direction and outperforms the competition. First, the definition: Vision is that view toward the future that senior leaders must have. A vision of the organization’s future is essential for leaders to know where the company is going… Read more →
Leaders differ greatly in their personalities and their approaches to management. But all effective leaders share one characteristic. They possess a positive self-image. They see themselves as capable individuals, worthy of self-respect and the respect of others. Inner strength and courage empower these individuals with self-confidence. They know that deep within them lies the potential for success! Self-image is the… Read more →
Leadership is an element of many of our training courses. We believe that the development of leadership skills is a requirement for success at any trade or position. True leadership is an Art and a Science. As with any skill, it takes training and instruction to develop.
Incredible breakthroughs take place through simple, open and honest conversation. Einstein and his colleagues spent years openly bouncing ideas off each other. They exchanged concepts without trying to change the others’ minds and without bitter argument. They felt free to propose whatever idea they conceived, establishing an extraordinary professional fellowship. This risk-free collaboration led to breakthroughs and discoveries that later… Read more →
Contrary to popular belief, being an effective leader is not something we are born with. Leadership combines good organisational skills with the skills necessary to get people to do willingly and well the work that needs to be done. These techniques can and need to be learnt. Every organisation can improve its effectiveness, without major innovations or capital investments.
In the past this wasn’t a concern. People were considered replaceable. Organisational assets consisted of tangible things like the property and equipment that an organisation owned. Not any more. Now people, particularly talented ones, are often an organisation’s most valuable present and future assets. They keep the organisation running, help generate revenue, keep your customers satisfied and not only contain… Read more →
A motivated employee is not only a productive employee, but a key ingredient for the success of any organisation. Motivated employees provide exceptional customer service, which brings customers back to you. They also stay with the organisation longer, which decreases the costs inherent in hiring and training new employees. How do you motivate employees? You can use a variety of methods,… Read more →
Major market shifts are changing global business. In addition, economic realignment, advances in technology, the globalization of markets, changing demographic trends, new customer needs and increased competition are fundamentally reworking how companies operate in virtually every industry and region of the world. Proof of this new world order is in the trade numbers – the total of the world’s exports… Read more →