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The new gold rush: leaders with the brain in mind

Poor mental health at work has reached epidemic proportions. Companies must recognize the scale of the crisis before they can act on it.It covers a wide range of issues, including crippling anxiety, clinical depression, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. Unfortunately, ignorance, denial and cluelessness are preventing business leaders from seeing, and acting

The Digital Age is not what you think?

There is no common understanding as to what people mean when they use the term ‘digital’. For some it is simply another name for IT. For others, it’s just an antonym for analogue. In this presentation,we see that the digital age is much more than the industrial era amped up on tech steroids. And much

How to Build A High Performing Team

Building A High Performing Team is not rocket science but it requires a focused, persistent, consistent effort of utilizing best practices in all facets of your business. According to a 2014 study of 295 international C- level executives conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of Cross Knowledge, the survey showed that 88% of

Best Practices: Talent Acquisition

Talent and human capital form the backbone of any business. They must be a priority and never simply an afterthought. It is that simple. But is it? We so often focus on revenues and profits and in the case of public companies, stock price. It almost seems as if these numbers spawn themselves. But we

How to Train Teams in High Reliability Organizations

More than 30 years of research and evidence have been accumulated on teams and team performance in diverse areas such as aviation, the military, nuclear power, and health care. The consensus across these domains, where the consequences of error are great, is that teamwork is an essential requirement for high performance. Based on the evidence

Tips to Grow your Cultural Currency for Business Success

While international business affords tremendous opportunity for growth and prosperity, often those opportunities are not fully realized. Cultural differences between strategic partners can serve as barriers to successful collaborative initiatives. Developing cross cultural competence is a life-long learning effort that can lead down a long path of workshops, how-to books, and frustrating experiences. Because executives

How to Impact the Lives of Others by Using Influence

By the end of this you will learn the fundamentals of influence, identify the four stages of influence and the different characteristics of an influencer. This will help you become even better at communicating with your colleagues, your family, people you meet and develop stronger relationships and connect with your customers. You will also be

New ways of Generating Performances for You & Your Teams

We consider some of the abilities that leaders and managers need nowadays, in VUCA times. We go through three useful elements when putting into practice the critical abilities for leaders and managers in a VUCA world: using metaphors for conveying a vision, empowering explanations for creating a better course of action and asking powerful questions