Every company has a manager but only some businesses have truly great leaders. Here are three top tips to help you on your way to becoming one.
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Great managers learn to do something that can be critical for the focus and productivity of their team; they protect them from distraction from above. They remove the background noise. Find out how you can achieve this.
In the first of our ‘Spotlight’ Series, we look at inclusion in the workplace and, in this particular example, how ‘workplace adjustments’ can help people with autism – and their colleagues – have a mutual understanding of each other’s needs.
The benefits of developing smart, ‘New World’ leaders for the 21st Century are huge in today’s business environment. Doreen Yarnold gives you the seven developmental stages necessary to reach that goal.
Positive leadership qualities are so important for the success of a business. So Doreen Yarnold asks: Why do so many companies just focus on those leadership qualities of a manager – and not the whole staff?
The case for ‘new world leaders’ in business is growing all of the time. Director Doreen Yarnold outlines what traits those people have and what makes them different from those who maintain an ‘old world’ attitude.
Anita Douglas offers advice on how managers can truly understand and support those members of their team who may be suffering from mental health issues – and what signs to look out for in the first place.
Engaged and motivated employees tend to show a greater willingness to tackle change and challenges. So what steps can a busy leader take to keep their staff full of energy and reduce their stress and fatigue?
Learn some of the attributes that contribute towards resilience in the workplace and explore how to start building a psychological ‘hard hat’.
Director Anita Douglas explains why the strains and stresses of the modern workplace are leading to a much greater need for resilience amongst the workforce.
Automotive companies need to develop their processes if they want to move with a changing landscape and avoid getting left behind, explains Doreen Yarnold.
The war for talent in the workplace means that every interviewer, and potential employer, are now under just as much scrutiny as the candidate. Learn how to use your leadership skills to benefit your company.
Tough times come to all businesses, but as director Doreen Yarnold says, a good leader can minimise their impact.
Teaching leaders how to spot the difference between a healthy level of stress and one that could damage an individual’s mental health is a key part of minimising the impact of stress in the workplace.
Leading Results director Anita Douglas has qualified as a chartered occupational psychologist and will be putting it to good use with the business.
Leading Results are heavily focused on achieving results and Doreen Yarnold explains that effective coaching can play a huge part in helping organisations maximise their potential.
Effective influencing is a crucial part of the growth of any organisation. Getting people to believe that your suggestions are in their best interests, can be the key to success.
There is no avoiding difficult conversations in the workplace – but dealing with them in the correct manner can create a better outcome for all parties.
Regular discussions and feedback between an employee and manager can have a hugely positive effect. But there are ways of going about it. Doreen Yarnold outlines 7 golden rules.
Leading Results is developing a virtual online platform so its training methods can be accessed on a global basis