The Charismatic Leader

…They have good posture and maintain eye contact with the people they are talking to. They are comfortable speaking in front of large groups as well as one on one. No matter what the situation, they articulate their goals and vision…

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Business Lessons from Election Strategy

…these are only three strategies when it comes to politics and advertising, but it gives you brief insight into how important strategy is to winning the market. Yes, there are dirty tricks and games in some cases; and some people seem not to even bother with strategy and are still successful…

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Lessons From The Eleven-Plus Exam

…nervousness, coupled with self-doubt, plagued me like never before. This was surely too much pressure on an eleven year-old child. As the head supervisor was about to ring the bell to signal the beginning of the exam, I raised my little right hand. The supervisor on my row came to me and I whispered, “I think I have the wrong paper, miss.”… 

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Good Leadership

...The leader is ultimately responsible for the company culture. If you’ve recently come to a company at a high level and realize the culture is unhealthy, you must work towards changing it.  A good leader is keen to reward positive behaviours with recognition and praise. Even the shyest person among us appreciates recognition...

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Healthy Communication = Healthy Organisation

...communication in the workplace is therefore a delicate dance of management skills and motivating persons to do what they should; and even more. Below are some points to help get the best from your people...

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Dealing with a Toxic Employee

...It is totally unfair for one bad apple to spoil the whole lot. However, I’ve seen this happen in many
companies, where people tip-toe around someone simply because that person may be overly moody, easily upset or just highly strung all-round...

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