Leadership 360-degree assessments (where the leader gets feedback on their behaviour from a range of different colleagues) are being used more and more by organisations to help leaders build self-awareness and improve their performance. In theory, they should be a good way to support leaders’
Category: Leadership development
Employee engagement is a workplace approach designed to ensure that employees are committed to their organisation’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organisational success, and are able at the same time to enhance their own sense of wellbeing. Engaging employees is seen as a
When you watch people who lead and manage others well – people that you come into contact with at work, or that you hear about from others, they’ll all be very different people – different values, stories, experiences, attitudes – everyone’s unique, right? But in
Do you have the right strengths to be a leader? It matters far less which strengths you have, what matters more is how you use them.
We are surrounded by social threats – people giving us negative feedback at work…the new scariest phrase at work I think is ‘can I give you some feedback?’, or people getting over-emotional and potentially a bit aggressive when they’re under pressure, or even just you
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