Motivation and satisfaction

How a leader can win the auditorium by personalizing what they want to communicate

We tend to live in times when leaders talk much about everything. Political leaders talk about change in models; community leaders talk about change in mindset; technical leaders speak about the impact of the disruptive technology they create, and organizational leaders talk about change and its effect on growth. So much talk, and still, according… Continue reading How a leader can win the auditorium by personalizing what they want to communicate

Leadership

Four mistakes leaders make and how to minimize their impact

The role of the leader is more complex these days. Leaders need to be humble and, at the same time, brave enough to lead the team, dealing effectively with issues like low performance, decreased engagement or motivation, and reduced results. When stress metrics hit the sky and people feel abounded and overwhelmed with so many… Continue reading Four mistakes leaders make and how to minimize their impact

Leadership

The unsatisfying results from your employees and what to do to change them?

We all tend to have at least one employee in our team doing things without understanding them. We explain, then write it down in an e-mail, discuss with that employee what we expect to see as a final result, align the time frame for the final product to be received, and then when the deadline… Continue reading The unsatisfying results from your employees and what to do to change them?

Leadership

Three pillars of the simplest model for leadership 

Leadership - a word so often used and at the same time so much misunderstood. The first 20+ years of the 21st century have enlightened the meaning and mystery of leadership. We now talk so much about leadership than management that both concepts have turned into one for many of us. Some people see leadership… Continue reading Three pillars of the simplest model for leadership