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4 Tips For Leaders To Build An Empathy Centric Culture

Barasha Medhi October 13, 2020 Building empathy as part of your company’s core values is perhaps one of the most powerful steps you can take to make a difference. The reason why empathy is so important is that workplaces comprise of humans. People need understanding, support, and caring to thrive truly. Because today’s organizations are … Continue reading 4 Tips For Leaders To Build An Empathy Centric Culture

3 Mistakes Leaders Make When Managing Millennials

Paul Keijzer September 28, 2020 In nearly every corner of the world, business leaders are discussing millennials: their attitudes, their behaviours and their beliefs. Primarily because millennials are dominating the workforce, and will make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025 according to The Deloitte Millennial Survey. It’s essential for leaders to understand how … Continue reading 3 Mistakes Leaders Make When Managing Millennials

How Leaders Can Protect Employee Wellbeing During COVID-19

Paul Keijzer August 14, 2020 The ability of your organisation to endure this pandemic lies in how resilient and adaptable it is and you will be needing both these traits from your employees. However, the duty of self-care must start from yourself. As a business leader, you may be struggling as well, but what’s important … Continue reading How Leaders Can Protect Employee Wellbeing During COVID-19

4 Reasons We Need Emotionally Intelligent Leaders in Times of Crisis

Paul Keijzer August 14, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has been a colossal test of leadership across industries and geographies. Nearly every organisation has faced unprecedented challenges over the past few months, ultimately testing the values and skills of its leaders. Needless to say, in order to navigate this uncertainty, one requires courage, compassion, and mental … Continue reading 4 Reasons We Need Emotionally Intelligent Leaders in Times of Crisis

Great Leaders are Made, Not Born: 4 Strategies for Becoming a Better Leader

Paul Keijzer August 12, 2020 One of the most often-asked questions about leadership is: Are leaders born or made? Research suggests that leadership is about one-third born and two-thirds made. No matter which industry do you belong to – business, sports, politics or some other – the ability to effectively motivate and lead a group … Continue reading Great Leaders are Made, Not Born: 4 Strategies for Becoming a Better Leader

The Supply Chain Leaders Guide to the 21st Century

Elaine Ditty August 3, 2020 With the genesis of Supply Chain Management in the early 1980s, it is no coincidence that this decade also saw the emergence of the personal computer. Where previously a manual and labour-intensive process, this surge of new technology-enabled significant improvements in supply chain planning and execution of the same. These … Continue reading The Supply Chain Leaders Guide to the 21st Century

11 Key Elements Leaders Should Consider When Doing Live Video

Young Entrepreneur Council June 18, 2020 Video has become one of the most effective and popular forms of content businesses use in their marketing efforts. Live video in particular is a great way to engage with your target audience in a personal, meaningful way. Here are 11 key elements every business leader should consider to … Continue reading 11 Key Elements Leaders Should Consider When Doing Live Video

Why Leaders Should Develop Contextual Intelligence (And How To Do That)

Thomas Griffin June 18, 2020 Problem-solving is a key part of a leader’s toolkit. A leader has to juggle several roles, functions, and solve complex problems. The situations you deal with are also going to be varied. Because of this, you need to be able to adapt to different situations and change the techniques you … Continue reading Why Leaders Should Develop Contextual Intelligence (And How To Do That)