Category Archives: Leadership

Change for the worse?

“CHANGE” is one of the most consistent challenges today.  Organisational change is usually driven by: Financial pressure – profit demands, new ownership, drive for efficiencies, restructuring etc. IT system implementation or new processes External events (including earthquakes, major weather events … Continue reading

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Leadership Lessons

During reflections about Nelson Mandela and a life well lived, one ponders one’s own life and what can be learned from a man who will go down in history as one of the greats. Leaders from a range of organisations … Continue reading

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Disruptive leadership

Leadership New Zealand, AUT Business  and other leading contributors sponsored a powerful event in the week spotlighting leadership in New Zealand. From young achievers to seasoned elders, the lessons were profound and timeless. Among those who impressed were: a youthful … Continue reading

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Connecting the dots…..

How do your people feel – significant or insignificant? The recent“Corporate Citizenship” conference revealed a surprising level of connection between those who do good and a range of productivity and financial measures. It presented significant research into reputation, volunteering, contribution … Continue reading

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