The future of organisational landscape looks LIT! The latest generation entering the workforce in the near future is about to reinvent leadership and work styles, alike. And, like with any inter-generational shift, leaders are going to reinvent their styles in accordance with the new kids on the block.
Unlikely bedmates, Marcus and FocusU share one common interest. It’s our passion for enabling action through inspired frameworks. His methods and courses continue to enable thousands of men find their most confident selves by honing their relationship management skills. And, in the following article, he shares insights on how leaders, across industries, can benefit from effective relationship management skills.
Great leaders are able to make people believe that they are part of a higher purpose, an unified purpose. Whether it is a ‘magic skill’ or ‘brilliant flair,’ whatever it is, the secret sauce of inspired leadership is hard to deconstruct. And, to that end, here are 10 time tested leadership qualities
If you are anything like us, you are constantly fielding requests at work. From formal requests to informal asks, there is always something ‘urgent’ that requires your immediate attention. However, it is impossible to attend to every single one of them. But, in a close knit society like a work team, saying No can be a tricky art to master. How do you decide which request to say no to? Which ones to prioritise? And how do you communicate the same without adversely impacting nter-personal relationships?
Navigating the unprecedented pandemic era meant that leaders had to express compassion at every stage, and be lenient with deadlines and employee performances.
But, now with the restrictions slowly lifting across many parts of the world, leaders have a new problem at hand. They are now wondering how to balance compassion for their team members with effective accountability. The good news is, these don’t need to be mutually exclusive. Here are 5 ways leaders can manage both, effectively.