When the going gets tough, there are many leaders who will try far too hard to pretend everything’s fine or to put a positive spin on every situation as opposed to accepting the reality that sometimes things just don’t quite go according to plan.
How focused are you on employee retention right now? What are you planning to do in 2023 to prevent your employees from dusting off their passports and waiting patiently in the departure lounge?
Fostering resilience within your team is an important part of being an effective leader. What makes a team resilient? Practice. These three practices can help you create a resilient team that can weather any storm.
How well followers follow is as important to a company’s success as how well their leaders lead. It's not an overstatement that good followers matter as much as good leaders. So, if you want to spot your future leaders, identify your followers first.
Empowering a multi-generational workforce is a common leadership development trait – one that will become even more important. How can you successfully lead a multi-generational workforce?
It’s ultimately the responsibility of the senior leadership within an organisation to send a clear message to everyone across the business that what they are doing really matters.
Organisations must clearly articulate what their organisational values mean in practice, with everyone in the organisation needing to be familiar with these values.
80% of engaged employees place more trust in their leaders. Prioritise fostering a first-class employee experience as there’s a chance your workforce doesn’t trust you as much as you think they do.
People have been leaving jobs for centuries. Resignations are unpredictable, but there are strategies employers should keep in mind to prevent repercussions of sudden, unexpected changes or loss in staff.
Inheriting a team can be exciting, it also comes with challenges and it’s important for leaders finding themselves in this situation to be ready to tackle these challenges head on.

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