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Relational Capacity in Leadership Webinar recording
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If you missed our webinar on Relational Capacity in Leadership on 19 July 2018  or would like to review the content, here is a link to the recording: press the play button to start the video Don’t miss out on our next webinar on “A framework for Personal & Leadership Excellence” to be held on…

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Conscientiousness: Meaning, Application and Opportunity
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A Practice Five Reflection. Conscientiousness is one of those universally recognised attributes that most leaders look for in an employee. It is known as one of the “Big Five dimension traits”. In that format, persons with a low score on conscientiousness are characterised as “ impulsive, careless, negligent, late and disorganised”, whereas persons who score…

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Leadership, Humility and Mission
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A Practice Five Reflection. In recent weeks, I have conducted a number of workshops with various widely differing groups on a series of topics from working in teams, to successful professional supervision practices, through to maintaining professional identity, effectiveness and satisfaction over a career. The workshops were held across regions covering a large geographical area.…

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Addressing Dysfunctional Teams webinar with Dr Paul Gibney
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Free webinar Thursday 3 May 2018 – 11am Australian Eastern Standard Time Very few aspects of organisational life compromise leadership, culture, effectiveness, service delivery and positive outcomes as much as dysfunctional and destructive behaviour in work groups. Problematic behaviours from individuals, cliques, particular teams and/or rogue managers can completely disrupt and derail well-developed strategies and poison…

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Unhappy team
Teams Leading Better & Overcoming Team Dysfunction
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In our consulting work, we are constantly asked for advice on working in teams and addressing team dysfunction. Nearly seven-in-ten (68 percent) of those who have ever worked on a team, admit they were part of a dysfunctional unit (University of Phoenix, 2013). Sadly, dysfunctional teams are common in the workplace … but good leaders…

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