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A clash of cultural norms

Recently I was facilitating a session in Canberra and saw behaviour that sparked my curiosity. As a group of nine, we were sitting in a circle having a bite to eat. Seven people were sitting in what I’d call a ‘normal’ position: facing each other...

What’s Your Legacy?

Next time you want to take the opportunity to reflect on how you are going as a leader, I suggest you try this. Close your eyes and imagine you are observing your own funeral. Who would be delivering your eulogy and what would they say about you? Confronting?...

AMP: Different Organisation, Same Issue

I found it very interesting to see the take on the crisis facing AMP on the Four Corners episode, Money for Nothing, on 23 July. Much of the episode was dedicated to outlining the litany of wrong-doing both legal, moral and cultural. I found myself trying to think of...

Qualities I Admire in a Leader

I have recently read a few articles on what makes a great leader: top 10 qualities that make good leaders; 7 ways strong leaders build trust in a team; 8 essential qualities that define great leadership; the list goes on. It got me thinking and reflecting on the...

What Great Leaders Do

Do you know a leader that seems to know the right words and phrases, yet you’re not convinced their words marry up with how they live their life? I have a mate, Jock, who suggests shadowing a person for two weeks to see how aligned their words are with their...

What’s Your Leadership Style?

One of the questions that is most often asked of leaders is, “What is your leadership style?” At Leading Teams we believe you cannot have just one style. Your leadership should be situational and depend on who your follower is. What is the task and who is...