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Creating a safe environment for vulnerability

As part of Bob Murphy’s recent launch of his book, “Leather Soul” he shared his reflections from his Leading Teams experience early on in his career; a three-year journey of creating an environment where open and honest communications are a link to...

Building Relationships is Pivotal to Success

In a recent article our co-founder, Ray McLean, shared that the thing he is most proud of in his time at Leading Teams is the relationships he has built. This got me thinking about the mechanics of how we build, maintain, and prioritise our current relationships and...
How Do You Respond to Feedback?

How Do You Respond to Feedback?

At Leading Teams we aspire to be the world’s best facilitators, and this means continually reviewing, reflecting and receiving feedback in order to improve our performance. We live by the model that we espouse to our clients, which says that by building strong...

High Performance Culture: Rewarding Behaviours

It’s the start of a new financial year and that means celebration and refocus for the exciting new challenges ahead in the next 12 months One of the best things about my role as a facilitator is that I am fortunate to work closely with high performance CEOs, MDs...

When Does Self-Deprecating Become Self-Limiting?

In general, we like people who don’t take themselves too seriously. A bit of mild, self-deprecating humour from a leader can make them seem accessible and modest. But can you take it too far? At what point does self-deprecating become self-limiting? Consider...

The Truth About Genuine Conversations

‘Genuine conversations’ are a cornerstone of the Leading Teams model.  To create a high-performing team, you need to operate in an environment where team members can be honest and constructive with one another. At Leading Teams, we believe in the...