The connection between organisational-culture and the circuit-breaker may come as a surprise to many of you. Why should we even think of ‘breaking’ as opposed to ‘taming’ culture? After all, when it comes to matters change, contemporary change management theory… Read More ›
We blogged this piece two years ago as a part of the effective leadership series blog – Effectiveness at leadership is about knowing when to say adios.
Always go for a clean break!
Leaders perceive themselves in different ways. Whatever they want to perceive themselves to be, leaders are people – persons – and if you like, individuals. There is something deep-seated about an individual and their behaviour. This is particularly the case… Read More ›
Leadership is power’s twin. Leadership grants leaders a lot of power, and such power can be used in several ways. Some leaders have used power to coerce others into involuntary submission, others have used power to get consensus in teams,… Read More ›
In biology, the term ‘insides’ refers to the inner parts of the body, especially the stomach and intestines. Effective leaders at bionically-balanced and smart organizations are gurus in the functioning and dynamics of the ‘insides’ of the organizations they lead…. Read More ›
The bionically-balanced and smart organization operates in extreme environments where turbulence, short product, and service cycles, as well as unpredictability, are a given. CEO’s and other leaders are permanently out of their comfort zones. Those at the helm of organizations… Read More ›
Leaders provide direction, implement plans, and get the best out of people. Indeed those that succeed at leadership have the brains to not only define the right agenda and lead the people but also think hard and different. Leadership is… Read More ›
The last four blogs situated leadership at the bionically-balanced and Smart-entity. Smart leadership is discussed from multiple lenses: efficacy; the factors that influence your fate as a leader; and the impact organizational culture can have on your ability to lead and… Read More ›
So – is it that as long as a leader’s biomarkers fit an individual organisation culture, it’s all smooth sailing for the leader? After all, the last three blogs of this leadership organizational-vital (OV) series identified fundamental factors required to… Read More ›