Personal Refection Questionnaire

As a leader, how you behave has a major impact on others. This questionnaire is designed to help you gain some further insights into your behavioural preferences and their impact on others. It is based on the belief that the greater our self-awareness the more effective, positive and beneficial our impact can be. The questionnaire […]
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Stress – A Quick Guide

It is well recognised that stress reduces employee well-being and that excessive or sustained work pressure can lead to stress. Occupational stress poses a risk to most businesses and compensation payments for stress-related injuries are rising. It is important to meet the challenge by dealing with excessive and long-term causes of stress. This quick guide gives introductory […]
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Changing Workplaces Call For A New Type of Leader

Developing effective and empowered leaders is one of the most important things an organization can do to ensure the successful accomplishment of its goals, whatever they may be. That’s because leadership influences nearly all aspects of a business, such as the selection, engagement, and retention of talent, customer loyalty, and overall brand perception and influence. […]
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Key Findings from the London Business School Inaugural Leadership Survey

This inaugural survey aims to capture the leadership and development challenges that people in organisations face and how those issues can affect the effectiveness of organisations. It also looks to establish what executives see as the: top leadership challenges facing their organisation most important skills for successful leaders, reasons why leaders fail to reach their […]
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Johari Window Self-Awareness And Group Relationships Model

The Johari Window, created by psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham, is a model of communication, describing how an individual gives and receives personal feedback. It encourages free and open communication, thereby fostering good interpersonal relations and helping people to realise their full potential. The model can be used for developing self-awareness in any communication […]
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