Sports Thoughts – Insights for your mental practice
This piece first appeared in our book “How to become a Talented Performer: A formula for early career success” available at Amazon here “We see our customers as invited guests to a party, and we are the hosts. It’s our job every day to make every important aspect of the customer experience a little bit […]
“Heroes are those who can somehow resist the power of the situation and act out of noble motives, or behave in ways that do not demean others when they easily can.” Philip G Zimbardo The context-specific nature of behaviour Today’s acceptable behaviour may become tomorrow’s abhorrence. It is difficult to make moral judgement about behaviour […]
Do you sometimes think that you are too soft in your leadership approach? Are people tending to abuse both your helpful nature and your willingness to give them a second, third or fourth chance? Or are you getting feedback that your leadership style is way too demanding – people might throw around terms such as […]
High performers like to be stretched. Indeed they will push themselves, if you as their leader are not providing sufficient opportunity for them to learn, aim high and ultimately hit it out of the ball-park. There are several areas to be mindful of with these driven types however and it is to those ‘Red Flags’ […]
What tends to happen to your own development the more senior you become as a leader? Yep. It tends to be put on the back burner and you – often for very laudable reasons – support everyone else’s opportunity to grab some L&D, before or in the place of you engaging in development for yourself. […]
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