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How do the changes in Women’s Sport affect team culture?

How do the changes in Women’s Sport affect team culture?

Having played in and worked with several women’s elite sporting teams, I have certainly noticed a shift in team culture. read more

How long does it take to build a strong relationship?

How long does it take to build a strong relationship?

We can create a custom excerpt for the blog page so we can more succinctly deliver a summary. read more

Recruiting for your team – why not let your candidates decide who gets the job?

Recruiting for your team – why not let your candidates decide who gets the job?

We have recently recruited a new facilitator in Sydney. I found the experience both rewarding and inspiring, so I thought I would ... read more

Rebuilding Southport Sharks in just one season

Rebuilding Southport Sharks in just one season

The Southport Sharks have been the most successful Australian rules football team in Queensland history. They had won 22 premierships ... read more

What’s Your Legacy?

What’s Your Legacy?

Leading Teams facilitator, Tim Ferguson, reflects on how your personal trademark can help shape the legacy you leave as a leader and as read more

Would Your Team Pass the Pressure Test?

Would Your Team Pass the Pressure Test?

The real test of your team culture is how you behave under pressure. Leading Teams client Thomas Foods International faced the greatest read more

Choosing Your Own Leaders: How to Select Your New Executive Team

Choosing Your Own Leaders: How to Select Your New Executive Team

Leading Teams facilitator, Justin Peckett, and MD of Plan B Group, Peter Brenchley, share their experiences of selecting a new ... read more

Culture and Leadership: Their Impact on Performance

Culture and Leadership: Their Impact on Performance

Facilitator Justin Peckett uses the Leading Teams Cylinder Model to explain the impact that team culture and leadership can have on ... read more

How Do You Respond to Feedback?

How Do You Respond to Feedback?

Facilitator Jake Bridges reflects on the importance of feedback and his own experiences receiving feedback in a recent peer review. read more

What’s Your Leadership Style?

What’s Your Leadership Style?

Facilitator Simon Fletcher explores the need for leaders to adapt their style, using the Situational Leadership Model as inspiration. read more

What Leadership Traits Do You Admire?

What Leadership Traits Do You Admire?

Following a recent discussion about how to be a good leader, Leading Teams facilitators share the leadership traits they most admire. read more

Self-Talk: Whether You Think You Can or Think You Can’t, You’re Right

Self-Talk: Whether You Think You Can or Think You Can’t, You’re Right

Facilitator Clara McCormack explains the concept of self-talk, its relevance to leadership and why constructive self-talk is so important. read more

Counterproductive Behaviour: Address It or Avoid It?

Counterproductive Behaviour: Address It or Avoid It?

Counterproductive behaviour is common in teams. Tim Ferguson discusses why you must acknowledge and address this behaviour to improve ... read more

What Does a High Performing Team Look Like?

What Does a High Performing Team Look Like?

Every leader wants their team to perform well. What do these high performance teams look like and how can you build these attributes in read more

Behavioural Frameworks in Business: What, Why and How?

Behavioural Frameworks in Business: What, Why and How?

Behavioural frameworks are a cornerstone of the Leading Teams model. When executed correctly they can drive high performance in any ... read more

The Different Levels of Relationships

The Different Levels of Relationships

Research shows us that having friends at work is important. What kinds of relationships do you have at work? And are they working for ... read more

Can You Really Change Your Employees’ Behaviour?

Can You Really Change Your Employees’ Behaviour?

You need to be able to influence shifts in behaviour in order to enact effective change in your organisation. Can leaders change their ... read more

The Importance of Happiness in the Workplace

The Importance of Happiness in the Workplace

For a long time, work and happiness weren’t strongly associated  with each other. Work was a place where you were ... read more

3 Common Obstacles to Organisational Change and How to Overcome Them

3 Common Obstacles to Organisational Change and How to Overcome Them

Change is an inevitable, but challenging, part of any business's lifecycle. Martine Harkin discusses obstacles to organisational change read more

Are You Committed To Your Team, Or Are You Just Involved?

Are You Committed To Your Team, Or Are You Just Involved?

What separates a good team from a great team? The level of commitment. Facilitator Tim Ferguson explains the difference between ... read more

Checking In With Your Team

Checking In With Your Team

How often do you check in with your team to see how they're going outside work? Facilitator Simon Armstrong explains why it's a vital ... read more

Character vs. Competence: Which Would You Choose?

Character vs. Competence: Which Would You Choose?

I recently read an article by Amy Cuddy, a Harvard psychologist who specialises in first impressions, in which she defines that people ... read more

Australian Organisations’ Mission Statements Fail to Inspire their Staff

Australian Organisations’ Mission Statements Fail to Inspire their Staff

Nearly half of Australian employees don’t know their company’s mission statement and set of values, the findings from a new read more

The Importance Of Having Strong Professional Relationships

The Importance Of Having Strong Professional Relationships

Building relationships allows you to begin to create an organisational framework and, ultimately, your culture. In organisations where ... read more

Develop Your Own Personal Trademark

Develop Your Own Personal Trademark

It’s nearing the end of January and, inevitably, we have formulated some new years’ resolutions – things we want to ... read more