People need leaders who inspire and motivate their teams to perform better, no matter what organisation they work for.
Presence begins the moment you walk into a room and remains long after you’ve left, but developing presence isn’t a happy coincidence. It needs a thoughtful approach about the way you want to make an impact.If you want to increase your impact and influence, then here are five keys to developing your executive presence.
As part of her executive development Maya attended Cranfield’s High Performance Leadership programme, so we spent five minutes with her to discover her thoughts on the programme.
When it comes to inspiring people you lead what really matters is that you are able to instil confidence and empower them.
These days organisations are increasingly complex and global interfaces and technology are creating an ‘always on’ 365/24/7 culture. In this new reality, this new normal, leaders need to think about how they operate and how they lead their people through the current climate of political and economic uncertainty.So what can you do to improve your leadership and inspire...
There are many different forms of leadership power, but what distinguishes great leaders from average managers?
The answer is that great leaders see things differently to everyone else.
Economic uncertainty caused by politicians wrestling with the largest peacetime intergovernmental restructure since the Second World War (Brexit, in case you haven’t guessed), a rapidly changing work environment and demographic shifts unseen at any time in history, means that the business world can seem a frightening and hostile place.