Designing Leadership Learning – Neuroleadership Summit Blog Part 3

When it comes to designing learning experiences we need to know how to make certain that the learning is understood and retained once the training program has ended.  David Rock presented the AGES model as a tool which will help make learning “sticky”. A stands for Attention.  It seems logical that we are more likely to…

Connect and Lead Through Relationships

Striving to be a good leader is something we all do on a daily basis and, as the pressure mounts to be continually innovative, leaders are looking for alternative ideas. However, did you know the connections you make with your team can be the difference between a good leader and a great one? Think about…

10 Tips For Confident Leaders

Being a leader can take a lot of courage and putting yourself out there. You’re not only expected to produce an extraordinary outcome, but take a diverse group of people along with you. On top of that, your team is also expected to perform and produce, and work closely and collaboratively. Your team members rely…

7 Key Trends – Neuroscience of Leadership

2018 will be a year of change so it promises to be very exciting. While there are many possibilities ahead, here are seven of the key trends I see impacting our workplaces this year. The increasing importance of social development at work: Our social group was for the company as well as for self-protection. We…

How to be a Great Future CEO

In leadership circles there is a lot of talk about how to be a “great” leader. This is only natural, I suppose, as no one wants to be “average.” Leadership is a highly competitive environment, and it’s not enough to just pass. As leaders, we are driven to excel. What Does a Great Leader Look…

3 Keys to Easily Building New Skills and Talents!

We are really good at the things we do often and because we are good at them, we choose to do them often. We tend to ignore the things we are not so good at, and that is a pity when there are simple ways to turn these into talents and skills, too. Today I…

3 Steps To Boosting Your Organisation’s Effectiveness.

Leaders have a vital role in improving the effectiveness of their organization’s because at the end of the day it all comes down to the individuals and how functional they are when they work together under a skilled leader. Innovative leaders need to adopt a three-fold approach in order to bring about real change within…

7 Mistakes New Leaders Make in the First 6 Months

The most common leadership mistakes made by new leaders And how you can avoid making these leadership mistakes yourself. Stepping into a leadership role for the first time is challenging and rewarding, but it can also be scary at times. These are some of the common mistakes new leaders make, and I offer a few…

Decoding Leadership Effectiveness

Creating Leadership that works! So much discussion centres on leadership. We at LeadershipHQ know as well as anyone, because of course we add to it! In all the sentences, articles and conversations, it can be difficult to assess what appears to be most important in terms of skill and behaviour, for you personally as a…

Are You Hiding Behind Your Leadership Mask?

Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.   Bruce Lee If you are a new leader in the present-day world, you may find it natural to adopt a new identity that will help you hide your vulnerability and uncertainty.  Everyone…