Understanding Team Chat Culture and Its Place In The Workplace

By | April 14, 2019

[April 14, 2019] Workplace communications have adapted and developed across time and have certainly entered a new phase in recent years, with the development of so many more communication features, such as web-conferencing and instant messaging. Team chat is one such development, allowing workplace teams to be in constant dialogue. Here are a few things you should know… Read More »

Why Employers Should Invest in Personal Development

By | April 13, 2019

[April 13, 2019] Many employers simply don’t see the benefit of building personal development into their business strategy. There’s an assumption that it can be a costly affair and in many industries, there seem to be very little gains to be made from it. There’s also a widespread belief, in smaller companies, that the simply cannot accommodate developmental… Read More »

Are Leadership Styles Changing?

By | April 12, 2019

[April 12, 2019] When Mongol leader Genghis Khan and his armies swept across central Asia and China, his brutal leadership style was necessary to effect the subjugation of millions. The current wisdom is that leadership styles have dramatically changed since then, as have the conditions of leadership. Yet, perhaps the change is less than we might think. Extraordinary… Read More »

Time Management Techniques for Executive Leadership

By | April 9, 2019

[April 9, 2019] A CEO’s work is never done. According to a 12-year study, CEOs and other executives tend to work on average 9.7 hours on weekdays, 3.9 hours during their weekend days, and approximately 2.5 hours on average daily while on their vacations. Making crucial decisions, as well as managing and streamlining the workflow, needs executive’s continuous… Read More »

High-Maintenance Leaders

By | April 5, 2019

[April 5, 2019] There’s an old stereotype about high-ranking politicians; they cannot function without an entourage of hangers-on, large staffs, and a litany of helpers and attention seekers. It would seem our political leaders are out of touch with the world because they exist in a bubble, dependent upon others. In the military, we call any such person… Read More »