How Do I Want To Lead And Be Led?

Leadership models traditionally set up a hierarchical structure within an organisation, whereby the leader is an all-powerful figure who acts with authority and – often – impunity. I believe that this is ineffective and problematic for an organisation, limiting the potential to succeed and ignoring the vast benefits of equality based systems.

By |July 4th, 2017|Business Growth, Equality-Based Practice, Leadership|0 Comments

The Dynamics Of Great Conversations: Leading Great Organisations

Traditional leadership models demonstrate a top-down management system that is stereotypically characterised by ego-driven leaders with fixed views, who give orders to their subordinates (employees). In transforming our businesses, it is vital to ask ourselves whether this system works, and whether it achieves the very best outcomes for our organisations.

By |June 16th, 2017|Business Growth, Equality-Based Practice, Leadership|0 Comments

Behaviour For A Preferred Future

Are you experiencing your preferred life at work? Understanding the behaviours that enable better experiences at work can bring us a healthier life balance, but it is often easier to spot the types of behaviour that are not helpful or conducive to this!The leader in the business environment is, of course, vital in setting the tone for the organisation. A leader who energises and inspires colleagues, while challenging the organisation to participate in the well-being of the whole team and the business, will be able to imbue his or her team with a much higher likelihood of success.

By |June 6th, 2017|Business Growth, Equality-Based Practice, Leadership|0 Comments

The Effective Use Of Knowledge In Your Business

The established assumption that leaders are the purveyors of all knowledge can be categorically overturned by valuing organisations as rich repositories of experiential knowledge. Business is self-limiting when it relies on objectives of increased turnover and profitability which stem from the leader as the expert who is responsible for all decision making and knowledge acquisition.

By |May 9th, 2017|Business Growth, Equality-Based Practice|0 Comments

Developing A Common Will And Vision

Developing a collective commitment to the well being of the whole organisation is the basis of an equality driven workplace, and the opposite of what is seen in a top down management system. A common will and vision within a company can function as an effective driver of sustainable business growth.