As a leader, you are expected to set a vision, make decisions, and achieve results. But these tasks can only be accomplished through influence. Influence refers to the ability to persuade people to act on your ideas, gain cooperation, and get things done. Influence is the key to successful leadership. Perceptive leadership is the art of mastering influence within and beyond organizational boundaries.
When it comes to being an effective leader, tapping into and harnessing the power of perception is key. Perception can be a powerful tool when it comes to influencing not only your team but also how your business is viewed by customers and stakeholders alike.
Are you a leader or executive struggling to face challenging and uncertain decisions? Do you want to embrace risks and make tough choices, but feel held back in fear of failure? Fortunately, tapping into courage is within reach.
Today, successful firms acknowledge the necessity for a progressive talent scheme- one that doesn’t just line up with the business objectives, but also navigates end results. Let’s take a look at some of the methods below to secure the services of top talent for your business.
We all know the old saying, knowledge is power. As organizations face the daunting task of grappling with the immense pressures to transform rapidly, our ability to secure the right knowledge and apply it correctly has never been more critical to organizational success.
A robust Talent Management Strategy model that combines education with ongoing personal development has become critical and will keep employees motivated not only today but also tomorrow. It is the key to increase performance.
Research shows that inclusive workplaces are six times more likely to be innovative and twice as likely to meet or surpass financial goals. On top of that, employees who feel able to bring their whole selves to work are 42% less likely to plan on leaving for another position within a year. At the core, it’s true that the higher the level of inclusion, the higher the level of well-being and engagement in your employees, which can lead to better business results.
Workaholism is an addiction to work, and while it may not be in a diagnostic book or have a certain list of official criteria, there is a lot of evidence to suggest that a hyper fixation on work functions like other types of behavioral addictions. Like other addictions, being a workaholic can impact and change people’s personalities and alter their value system.
If you want to move your life ahead, you should replace the negatives in your life with positives. This article will show you how to take the negative influences in your life away and replace them with positives, so you will have increases in morale, and productivity. Focus on the positive for success and peak performance.
Are you currently struggling to reach your objectives? Do you have everything in life that you desire? Is it easy for you to reach your goals after every success? Are you calm and patient at all times? Or, are you frustrated, angry and disappointed at your lack of progress in life? If you are not living the life you wish to live then the solution lies in your mind!
It may be no surprise to hear that negative thinking is one of the reasons for underachievement. Your life is built on your self image and that image will depend on what you tell yourself. When you choose to engage in negative thinking you are deciding to believe in your inability rather than your possibility.
An important part of success in life is the ability to lead. It is important that we not only be able to lead others but be willing to lead ourselves. No one succeeds in life by simply following others.
Maybe you lost your job or your spouse did, or maybe your employee decided that he wants you back in your home country. Due to the current pandemic many Expats have to suddenly leave their current homes within a very short time frame and have no time to prepare. Keep reading to learn how to deal with reverse culture shock.
Managing stress is all about taking charge: taking charge of your thoughts, your emotions, your schedule, your environment, and the way you deal with problems. The ultimate goal is a balanced life, with time for work, relationships and relaxation – plus the resilience to hold up under pressure and meet challenges head on.
The most successful people have had Mentors. Steve Jobs, Marc Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, you name it. No matter if you just started your career or if you are a sought after talent, you can always gain when having a Mentor. Your Mentor will guide and challenge you at the same time and will shape your way of thinking.
Effectively meeting the unique challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis will require companies to plan bold new strategies. Here you can find some tips to create your strategy.
Not sure what you should do? You had to close your business due to the Coronavirus or had to retrench employees? Or maybe you are an employee and just lost your job… If you need help continue reading!
Some of you might feel very stressed and anxious during this uncertain time. There are many questions going through our minds such as: “Maybe I will lose my job”, “maybe I’ll have to shut down my company”, “how to pay bills”, “how to take care of my kids, work and husband”. The whole world has been turned upside down in a very short time frame. It’s not only about becoming possibly ill, but the crisis is effecting our wellbeing as well, our psychological wellbeing. Here you can find some advice on how you can deal with this crisis.