Strong leaders are more important today than ever before.
Today’s workplace is often overwhelming. Plan to be more effective with your time and progress towards what is most important to you in both your personal and professional life.
Connect through conversations, focusing on listening and achieving shared understanding.
Develop an honest understanding of your own style, strengths and development needs and the impact that you have on others.
Align your problem and solving and decision making to purpose and goals. Take a structured approach and think things through to get the right outcome.
Change is now a constant. The key to taking charge of change lies in your attitude and preparedness to actively take charge of your reactions.
Practice self-care in a way that works for you. Consider strategies to improve your wellbeing at home and work.
Prepare to take on the role of leading others for the first time.
Bring out the best in your people by holding them to account and having honest, clear and fair performance conversations.
People often tend to avoid these conversations. Prepare to deliver unwelcome or unexpected messages.
Build connection with conversations that include delegating, providing feedback and recognition – enabling people to contribute their best.
Support the development of your team members and unlock their potential to maximise their own performance.
Build the key skills of getting things done by working with others.
Recognise when team members are feeling challenged, identifying early warning signs of stress and encouraging health and well-being in your team members.
Work together to create shared goals and values.
We are now living a new reality. As change leaders you need to support your people and help them build their capacity to navigate this new normal.
Value that which makes your people unique, respecting differences and embracing inclusion.
Lead beyond the day-to-day and problem solve and plan for what could be.