Is Too Much Diversity Fracturing Your Team?

You can listen by clicking here There is no doubt that for many years there has not been enough diversity within high performing teams. Too much group think, too many missed opportunities and others being excluded based on comfort and similarity. One of the benefits though, has been that when we all think alike and are…

Wondering Where Your Tribe Is?

You can listen by clicking here Adam (not his real name), was not your usual financial services business leader. He wasn’t cut from the same cloth as those normally in his industry. He saw things differently, he was happier taking a risk or two, unselfishly promoted the cause and comfortable with networking and bringing others into…

Feel Alone Leading Your Team – Well You’re Not Alone In Feeling That

You can listen by clicking here You’ve read all about high performing teams, all the do and don’ts, what makes high performance, how they communicate and how they get results. Let’s face it, everyone has a different slant on it and your team is high performing. Sure, they could be better at elements of communication or…

A Simple Way To Feel Energised And Thrive At The Start Of 2019

You can listen by clicking here Often, we’ll feel tried and exhausted at the end of the year. We push to get things done, hoping that it all comes together and then collapse into recovery over the holidays, followed by the new year coming around too quickly. We jump in and start pedalling and before we…

There’s No Such Thing as A Leadership Team

Most Leadership Teams are not leading and being accountable for the totality of the business. They are a group of operational heads who only have a vested interest in their own function, expecting that some higher authority (the CEO, and the only one truly accountable for the whole business) will pick up the pieces and…

Is This The Secret to High Performing Teams?

Relying on functional matches in high performing teams doesn’t ensure success. New research from Hogan Assessment Systems (specialists in personality profiling) suggest that psychological roles and the matching of those roles are critical to success. Within the variety of functional and psychological roles there is “space” for individuals to contribute and play their natural role….