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Does Your Company Have An Ego Problem? 8 Warning Signs

Ego can be our greatest asset or it can be our biggest liability. It’s all about keeping it in balance.

An out of balance ego doesn’t feel dramatically different from one that is in balance, explain authors David Marcum and Steven Smith in their book, … 375 more words

Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Leadership Presence: 3 Ways to Develop It On the Inside As Well As the Outside

What’s the difference between executive presence and leadership presence? That’s a question that often comes up when I work with clients who are focused on improving current perceptions of their leadership readiness. 448 more words

Executive Development

Η Καινοτομία των Managers και το Νέο Αναπτυξιακό Μοντέλο

By: Axarloglou Kostas, Associate Dean for Executive Education, Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy

Επιχειρηματικές Προκλήσεις και το Νέο Μοντέλο Ανάπτυξης

Ουτοπία θα ισχυριστεί κανείς! 27 more words

Business Education

Developing as a Leader? Sometimes Less Is More—3 Questions to Ask Yourself

I was recently coaching a client who had been identified by his organization as a top performer. During our first call, we talked about the things he initially wanted to focus on for his professional growth and development. 435 more words

Best Practices

Thunder and lightning is not conducive to blue sky thinking.

The difference between a successful presentation and a flop can be how well we use and manage our emotions. I recall a particular Executive team meeting a few years ago, we were having a very unproductive meeting, oppositional behaviour, and poor communication, and all in all so far it had been a great display of a dysfunctional team meeting. 417 more words

Leadership Transparency: 3 Ways to Be More Open with Your People

Leadership is not something you do to people, it’s something you do with people. Letting people know what they can expect from you underscores the idea that leadership is a partnering process. 379 more words


Lead by example

The following extract from my book, Brilliant Manoeuvres, is as relevant as ever:

Followers will model their behaviour on their leaders, especially if they, the followers, have little experience of the undertaking. 487 more words