Norms about masculine behaviour and its ﬁt with leadership are barriers to women. They cause women to moderate their own expectations and guide decision makers’ choices about leadership potential and ability, writes Dr. Karen Morley A senior leader recently likened the impact of masculine norms on her daughter’s ambition to […]
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At the outset, it’s important to understand the mental states and behaviours that will emerge throughout the organisation during a crisis. While there will be more obvious responses of fear and panic, members of your team are also more likely to misinterpret information and feel confused, and have difficulty remembering […]
Leaders who have learned to be vulnerable have a stronger impact on people and business results. What is a vulnerable leader? It is a leader who has accepted that she does not have all the answers – and more importantly, that she must not have all the answers all the […]
Organisations that have waited until now to realise they have inadequate leadership strategies in place will find themselves on the defensive; focused on staying afloat rather than moving forward. Knowing when to pivot and abandon strategies that have previously worked can mean the difference between success or failure and is […]
More than anything, evaluation it is about understanding what data you need to collect and collecting this data throughout so that participants can receive rapid, dynamic feedback on their development journey – showing them where they are making progress and where they are not. This is how we develop, writes […]