Having an ego is often seen as a prerequisite for success, but it may stop you being an effective leader and hold your business back.
Marise McConaghy, Principal at Strathcona Girls Grammar, discusses the qualities the next generation of women leaders need…
Most of us are pretty good at recognising an extraordinary leader when we meet one. The millions of ordinary people who make great leaders have a high focus on practicalities, solutions and results.
What’s it take to raise strong, confident women who will build the Apples, Facebooks, and Amazons of the future? One marketing exec (and mom) weighs in.
No matter who you are, or the type of company you oversee, there are some universal ways you can be better at it.
What do empathy, compassion and benevolence have to do with salespeople and leaders? Different studies around the world have confirmed that these are critical qualities of highly successful people, teams, companies and communities. Here’s how training can help you hone these important traits.
The difference between good and great leadership can be expressed in a single word: loyalty.
Think you’re a great leader? Make sure you aren’t guilty of one of these three reality-distorting traits.
Any employee who has been working in a company for even a few weeks will form opinions about the competency and daily workplace behaviour of their manager – and this opinion will have a very significant impact on the level of engagement, motivation and commitment of that employee.
How to recognise some of the most common leadership styles and improve on them.