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VIRTUAL TEAMS – COMBATING PITFALLS

In our previous blog we explored the pitfalls of working as part of a virtual team. The pitfalls presented in the blog included: lack of social interaction, trust and support on projects. Where these may seem daunting to some, there are ways to help reduce their effects and minimise these common virtual pitfalls.

GETTING TO KNOW MY WORKING MUM SELF

Today I returned to work after eight months of maternity leave. As I logged onto my laptop and worked my way through the latest e-mails and IT updates, in many ways not much had changed over the course of half a year. At the same time, everything felt a little bit different.

VIRTUAL TEAMS – THE PITFALLS

Effective communication, decision-making, resilience to change… there’s a growing body of psychology and behavioural science research relating personality traits to many of the qualities of a high-impact leader.

VISION – THE WHY BEHIND CHANGE

Effective communication, decision-making, resilience to change… there’s a growing body of psychology and behavioural science research relating personality traits to many of the qualities of a high-impact leader.

HOW TO TACKLE IMPOSTER SYNDROME

Effective communication, decision-making, resilience to change… there’s a growing body of psychology and behavioural science research relating personality traits to many of the qualities of a high-impact leader.

CLIMATE – SUSTAINING HIGH PERFORMANCE THROUGH CHANGE

What is an organisational blueprint?

In the simplest sense, a blueprint is a template from which to build. It’s not meant to be sexy; it’s compound but candid. Within organisations, a blueprint is the grouping of processes, systems, and procedures that give structure and sense to what we do. It’s a corporate comfort blanket of familiarity.

THE POWER OF PERSONALITY IN LEADERSHIP

Effective communication, decision-making, resilience to change… there’s a growing body of psychology and behavioural science research relating personality traits to many of the qualities of a high-impact leader.

BLUEPRINTS – ADDING PEOPLE TO THE CHANGE PROCESS

What is an organisational blueprint?

In the simplest sense, a blueprint is a template from which to build. It’s not meant to be sexy; it’s compound but candid. Within organisations, a blueprint is the grouping of processes, systems, and procedures that give structure and sense to what we do. It’s a corporate comfort blanket of familiarity.

INNOVATION – MORE THAN A GREAT IDEA

Amazon. Google. Uber. Apple… The relevance of originality and ingenuity goes without saying in today’s world economy (The Most Innovative Companies of 2017).

From garage to global industry mogul, but certainly not over-night. Growing a high-impact enterprise needs resourcefulness, engagement, agility and persistence. We need creativity and innovation to stand out from the crowd and come out on top. Innovation is the activation of creativity.

DECIDING WHICH LEADER TO FOLLOW

A recent YouGov poll of 1,729 voters, published in The Independent, revealed current Prime Minister David Cameron to be the ‘most liked leader’, regardless of whether people agreed with his political standpoint. But is being ‘likeable’ enough?