In my last blog I talked about focusing on the extraordinary and the importance of identifying and developing what makes an individual extraordinary to build high performing teams and organisations. Leaders need to understand the qualities of each team member, and ensure that each and every member of the team understands the unique contribution they make.
It’s a given that organisations need to develop leaders, teams and individuals that can adapt to today’s environment of continuous change and disruption. So it’s no surprise that the Henley Business School’s Corporate Learning Survey 2016 predicts the greatest challenges for organisations over the next three years will be leadership capability and the effectiveness of
Many of the senior leaders I meet in my work tend to be well versed in dealing with stress. A combination of learnt behaviours and coping mechanisms, when added to natural capacity, gives a higher tolerance than most. Some people even like pressure of being up against the clock, and deal with stressful situations very
- Published in Classroom Training
Niamh Ní Bhéara, Managing Director, Logistics Executive UK & Ireland, has had this article published in the September issue of Warehousing & Logistics International Magazine (pages 6-7). Click here to see the published article on pages 6-7, or read the full article below. HOW STRONG IS YOUR COACHING CULTURE? New Executive Team member, Niamh
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