Jason Santiago, a leader in the fitness industry shares his thoughts on leadership.
How can we get people to care about their work? What can be done to help these people enjoy their work more? Given the opportunity, what quality of work are they really capable of?
Just like an athlete uses a coach to improve their performance, so too can a manager engage a coach to improve their effectiveness and efficiency as a manager by changing their behaviours.
What causes passive aggressive behaviour at work and what can be done to manage it?
What’s the secret to managing a diverse workforce with team members from multiple generations? Cross generational management might be simpler than you thought.
Move over Myers Briggs, these six behavioural traits have been linked to high potential personalities for successful careers.
There are times in our career when we know we need to change something, but we don’t know how to do it. At times like this it can be good to engage a coach to help develop the necessary skills and navigate the way forward.
Over the past few months we have been working with the leadership team at a Sydney based property management company who are focused on expanding and improving their business performance. The team had a range of topic areas that they wanted to cover and the program had to have a focus on direct workplace application.
You’ve made the decision to invest in a course or program to help you develop your career. But how do you make sure you get a return on investment when you pick a training or education solution?
Below is a list of 10 skills that are important for leaders and managers. Have a think about these and how you would rate your capability for each. Are these skills relevant to your role or are there others that are more important?