Tag Archive | "Flexibility at Work"

Tips for anyone who’s ever had to be the bearer of bad news!

Here in Australia we’ve been inundated with Budget news over the past week.  Since most of my blog followers and members of the sphinxx leadership community are in senior business roles, you’ll know from these “leaks” that there’s not much good news for you: you are what the current Labour government refers to as wealthy individuals so […]

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AmCham women in management panel tells us how to be money wise in 2009

I attended an AmCham women in management event last night featuring an expert panel of speakers who told us in detail what we needed to be “Money Wise in 2009”.  The panel was truly sensational, with a detailed assessment of the macro economic environment – or global financial crisis – provided by Sally Auld, Executive Director and Interest Rate Strategist at […]

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Could you describe yourself in just 3 words?

Last week I was asked by a potential client to describe what makes me different from everyone else… in just 3 words.  I blew it.  And I’m so annoyed with myself for that. I was in the car when the phone rang, the baby was crying, the traffic was jammed and I wasn’t fully present.  […]

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How star women build portable skills

Research has shown that star performers often falter when they move to new companies. Further analysis reveals that’s true primarily of men. The research showed that male analysts built up greater firm and team-specific human capital, investing more in the internal networks and unique capabilities and resources of the firms where they worked. In contrast […]

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Harvard Business Review on the Tests of a Leader (Paperback)

        “Harvard Business Review on the Tests of a Leader” is a great book that pulls from the best HBR articles to help leaders rise to the tests they face on a daily basis. If you want to navigate through muddy business waters, overcome difficult hurdles, and thrive in this modern world […]

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“The CEO’s role in leading transformation”: The CEO helps a transformation succeed by communicating its significance, modeling the desired changes, building a strong top team, and getting personally involved

This is a first class article with some good practical tips you can follow. Authors, Carolyn B. Aiken and Scott P. Keller identify four key functions that collectively define a successful role for the CEO in a transformation: 1.    Making the transformation meaningful. People will go to extraordinary lengths for causes they believe in, and […]

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