Defining the leadership training needs is crucial to unleash the full potential for everyone in the organisation. The problem is that most organisations do it wrong and conduct leaderlessness trainings instead of leadership ones. They assume that they grow and develop their organisations and workforce, while in reality, they grow the problem they started and […]
Name any industry and you find a list of red tape protocols that never end. Abiding them shows your professionality. Challenging them shows your inexperience. Let’s consider the HR and recruitment industry and take a pause at its protocols. Google the word interviews, strike your keyboard and zillions of articles come up. Go to any […]
You cannot move an inch in developing any organisation on the surface of this planet unless there is a hearty consent from its leaders to develop themselves first. The idea of developing organisations through developing the whole ship and its crew without developing the captains’ ability to navigate through has retarded businesses for a long […]
He started like this, I have accumulated ten years of experience doing this and that. I led many teams implementing different projects over the globe. He ended up the conversation, I think, I am a great leader. What’s about you? He asked me, I am a student of leadership, I replied. He repeated his statement, […]
Be there when the sun rises, follow the orders, run the machines, obey the boss, leave when the sun sets, get your pay check and that is it. You are the employee of the 21st century
Google defines management as the process of dealing with or controlling things or people. Let’s focus on the last three words, controlling things or people. The idea of managing and controlling things is logistically and technically understandable, but the notion of managing and controlling people is dehumanizing and should be disregarded. People strive to be […]
A high staff turnover ratio disqualifies you and your business from using “great” to describe your leadership and even to keep using leadership. Great leadership does not operate in uncharted grey areas.