Do you tend to fall back on professional skills to manage your growing organisation? You'll need a whole new range of flexible skills, Kate Mercer explains.
CEOs can cling to the myth that they can continue to focus on specialist work and a client load. You need to manage your team and organisation instead.
Most companies fall in the middle between a start-up and a fully mature organisation; they need different management and leadership from the other two.
As a leader, it’s your job to decide what kind of behaviour you would like in your organisation. But how do you find your own style as a leader?
Many leaders find it difficult to delegate others to do specific jobs. Check out this article for 4 tips on the main pitfalls to avoid.
The most common myths about leadership influence your way of thinking about yourself, your life & everyday challenges. Here we bust three misconceptions
See the world differently by developing a flexible, resilient mindset that will help you to become a wise leader. We give you 6 ways of reaching that goal.
Great leadership is not about having the answers but asking the right questions. Here are 6 key questions to ask yourself so you can become a better leader.
It’s easy to assume that being a manager means making money and hitting targets – there’s no time for taking care of your staff and spending time with your team. Well we don’t agree – and here are the only four skills you really need… Do you ever question the managerial skills of your boss or your colleagues? A lot of people do, but are they aware of what they… read more →
Clean up your mistakes, especially if you’re the boss. If you can admit to your mistakes, you’re far more likely keep your good reputation.