Tag Archive | "Management and Leadership"

Do you always sit in the same spot at the meeting table?

I know I do.  I like sitting where there’s natural light but not too glary; where I can get eye contact with people entering the room and roughly in the middle of the boardroom table wherever possible so I’m “amongst the energy”…  It turns out I’m not alone and that most people exhibit territorial behavior […]

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Search for competent staff is the number 1 challenge for Australian business… could women be the answer?

The PwC Private Business Barometer found that for the second consecutive barometer, sourcing talent was the top issue facing employers, in light of predicted growth throughout the country. However, PwC private clients partner Gregory Will noted that businesses seemed to be surprisingly lagging in their attempts to attract new talent.“Despite indicators that competition for staff will grow, […]

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Are you being heard? Study shows redundant communication pays off in delivering outcomes

Wondering how you can achieve more at work?  I was intrigued by this study of six companies which shows that21% of managers without formal power send redundant messages — for example, an email message after a face-to-face meeting — compared with just 12% of managers who have formal power. But the powerless managers get tasks done faster and with fewer […]

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Are you drowning in your inbox? Tips for managing email stress at work

With billions of emails being sent daily around the world, it’s no wonder we’re feeling a little “inbox overload”.  And if you’re feeling the weight of it, imagine being Bill Gates: the Microsoft founder receives – roughly – 4 million emails per year!!!  Gates presumably has minions to sort his inbox, but others confront an […]

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Stories wanted from women on the bosses who’ve inspired them and those that made them leave

“Nice girls get the corner office”… “Nice girls finish last”… “Anything she can do I can do better”… “Hot Tips for Career Chicks”… all great books with great tips on how to fix the women… but how do we fix the employers who have failed to find, develop and keep the best women on their […]

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Transfemational Leadership – some tools to help you create the change

Thanks to those of you who responded from around the world to my post about Transfemational Leadershipand why a feminine approach to leadership is essential for success in 2011.  Since I wrote this post we here in Australia are in the wake of the Queensland floods, Australia’s most far-reaching natural disaster, with Queensland Premier Anna Bligh, […]

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