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There is an expression used on nearly all management courses –“work smarter not harder”. All organisations need to know their strengths and development needs when it comes to business decisions, so how do they discover them? Let us look at the “harder” route first.Read more
Formal management meetings are essential but many are inefficient, ineffective and time wasting. Many organisations just take them for granted as a necessary evil but management meetings can be very productive, so what is going wrong?Read more
All my working life I have been involved in management training, basically knowledge acquisition, retention and application.! What I really wanted was a method of discovering something new in organisational life that could be acted on; ‘strategic insight with application’.Read more
The Corporate Actions department by definition is not something that any financial institution wants to invest in. Corporate Actions is very rarely a “Trading Strategy” nor is it a money making engine for any financial institution. Yet the Corporate Action team exists everywhere because if your client holds stock then they have to be made aware of any Corporate Action on that stock.Read more
This paper was presented to HRD & Consultancy Masters Degree students in the Department of Organisational Psychology Birkbeck, University of London on the 27th Oct 2016
There is a big industry behind leadership training so there is a financial incentive to make the claim that leadership is a characteristic of the leader, to justify the fact that they can then be trained. The problem is that Empirical research has found very few characteristics associated with leadership, apart from the fact that they have ‘followers’. In addition the concept of leadership is seldom adequately defined.Read more
Company A is undertaking a major change programme involving renewed strategic focus on specific product lines, organisation rationalisation and relocation of staff. A newly-formed leadership team is to deliver this, which has been brought together from various parts of the business.Read more
The Leadership Pathway Audit™ is based on 60 different types of authority (legitimate, socially acceptable forms of power). Team members were asked 60 “forced choice” questions about how they perceive their manager.Read more
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Major business decisions require quality information and data.
Getting the most from Leadership Training
The most fruitful way of looking at leadership is to see it as a quality in the minds of the team members.Read more
Leadership or Followership
Our Leadership Pathway Audit™ shows you how to create a team who “willingly and enthusiastically” accept your authority as a manager. It does this by identifying the team’s perception of you in terms of 12 authority dimensions.Read more