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on workplace behaviour, social and emotional intelligence,
leadership development and other key life skills.

Gut Feelings Are Data Too

One of the attributes of a great leader is the ability to make great decisions. Psychology regards decision making as the cognitive process involving selecting a way forward from a pool of alternatives. Every decision making process produces a final choice...

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Self Worth is More Important than Net Worth

When I was fifteen I found out my mother had left me on a doorstep when I was a small baby and I chose to have a pity party for many years to come. As I write this I am on the Gold Coast in Australia getting ready to deliver a keynote to a room full of...

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Lording Is Not Leading – Intimidation to Inspiration

When the Apostle Peter wrote to the churches in Asia minor who were suffering persecution, he encouraged the leaders of that time with how they should lead those in their care. Now this article is not about your faith or belief in God, but we can certainly learn a lot...

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Manage Your Own Performance

In our teched-up and super busy world, where we are taught to outsource as much as we can, there are some things that we just need to keep to ourselves. One of those is our own “Performance Management”. When did it become the responsibility of other people to keep us...

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Collaboration is the Currency of Team Culture

A team is a powerful mechanism that allows people to work with others toward shared goals and objectives, bringing together the collective gifts and talents of every individual. This endeavour regularly breaks down when people prefer working alone or in silos, failing...

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The 4 Pillars of Teamwork

In a world where there is so much self induced isolation caused by constantly being glued to a smartphone and other device screens, conventional team building methods are struggling to provide the results we need. The volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity...

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