Like most people, you may sometimes feel as though you’re not hitting your maximum potential and talent in your role on the job. You may feel as though you’re not connecting with your colleagues, or that some unknown force is holding you back. We live in a world mad for talent.
In a recent study from Robert Half OfficeTeam published on Forbes, 66% of employees surveyed said they would "likely leave their job if they didn't feel appreciated.”
I just came back from a long trip from Bhutan to Bintan after visiting the Middle East where I had the pleasure of deli
“Managers are people who do things right, and leaders are people who do the right things.” Warren Bennis
I’m not sure why, but recently I’ve come across an increasing number of articles, quotes, memes or infographics that compare managers against leaders. That’s no
During my recent business travels across Asia, I’ve been surprised at the amount of underemployment within some firms. Underemployment has several definitions, but for the purposes of this article I’ll define it as:
“an employee who is under-utilised and not working to fu
If you’re a middle manager, you probably spend 35% of your time in meetings. If you’re in upper management, it can be a whopping 50%. Yet executives consider 67% of meetings to be failures. We want meetings to be engines of productivity. The reality falls short.