The biggest hindrance to transformation and innovation in the workplace is blame culture. Throughout most times, many do not realise that an atmosphere of blame can be deeply rooted in leadership.
With our popcorn boxes ready and our digital thinking caps on, we stepped into The Dendy for Step Change Movie Night last week. We welcomed more than 200 clients and friends — our biggest audience ever.
The Practice of Powerful Presence is a series of concepts and exercises that let you consistently bring out the best in you so you can be the best leader for others.
This is not another leadership tool or app you can simply download — it’s the complete operating system you need if you want to think clearly, think creatively, be powerfully present, and have an edge in your communications.
If you can’t simply define management and leadership then you can’t hope to be effective at either. We’ve got it down to a word for each. At the end of this article you should be able to see what great looks like — no matter what side of the divide you come down on.
Is being a leader in a highly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world driving you to the edge? Tough situations require you to be on top of your game, to make sound decisions for your team. But just when you need the very best version of yourself to run the show, the undesirable version shows up and makes a mess out of you.
Is there a way to be a better leader in the VUCA world?
The number one fear leaders have is being ‘found out’ and having their incompetence uncovered. It’s called the impostor syndrome. If you are experiencing this, you are not alone.
Super producer wanted, November Powerful Presence wrap-up, predatory marketing — this week's news bits at Step Change.
You are in command. You have everything under control. You are the best version of yourself.
And then, things go haywire.
Things at home aren’t going well. Sales are staggering low. The pressure at work is rocketing sky-high.
Have you ever felt like you got your job due to luck? That all your achievements were a fluke? That one day people will realise you are not who they think you are?
You’re not alone.