Blogs Tagged: leadership

Remote working – Tweak your management style

Posted on 3rd April 2020

Managing a team face to face can be challenging; throw remote working into the mix and it can become a whole lot more difficult…   Many managers say some of the

Leading Change – Are you Agile?

Posted on 25th March 2020

Change is never too far away.  How your teams respond to change will depend on the change culture of your team and your business… A change culture can be divided

Juggling your tasks, team & individuals

Posted on 9th March 2020

As a Manager, there are so many things to juggle.  It can be difficult trying to decide what to focus your attention on.  A great model to help you with

Manager to Leader – Making the Leap

Posted on 15th May 2019

“Let it go, let it go…” – I know, sorry, you’ll have that stuck in your head for the rest of the day! One of the biggest hurdles that new

Managing Change – Get them on board

Posted on 10th February 2020

Colin was quite impulsive – so much so that on some days he would wear his Wednesday socks on a Thursday. It wasn’t only his socks that bore the brunt

Micromanagement – Don’t be a jack-in-the-box

Posted on 21st March 2019

Steve was like a jack-in-the-box.  He would sit at his desk chomping noisily on his favourite bourbon biscuits and then bang, he would bounce up out of his chair to

Communication – Do you offer enough clarity?

Posted on 6th March 2019

I’ve been lucky down the years.  I’ve worked for plenty of managers who treated me and others with respect.  More importantly, they made the brews and even bought cakes on

Strictly Does Coaching Culture…

Posted on 6th July 2019

The glitter ball’s been polished, sequins have been sewn and the spotlight is ready to shine on yet more eager contestants of TV’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ – but what on

C’mon, trust me – I’m your manager

Posted on 11th April 2019

Tom trusted his team implicitly. In his eyes, he always ‘watched their backs’ and defended them whenever his team faced criticism. He empowered them and only micro managed when he

Managing Conflict – Preventing it all from kicking off

Posted on 1st March 2019

Karen was notorious for flying off the handle, especially when faced with conflict. Her pupils would turn green and she would explode into a ranting rage. Her fists would immediately