The Way We Work: Updates on Remote and Hybrid Work Models

The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changed the way many companies and employees think about remote and hybrid work models. Over two years later, these flexible arrangements are still evolving - what are some of the latest ways organisations are implementing and managing hybrid and remote employees?  One key trend is that more companies are embracing hybrid work rather than being fully remote or fully back in the office.

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The Need for Tell Courage in Management 

As a manager, having difficult conversations is an unavoidable part of the job. Whether it's addressing poor performance with an employee, giving critical feedback, or making tough decisions that impact people's roles, managers frequently have to step into uncomfortable dialogues.

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The Evolution of Leadership Thinking: From Great Man Theory to Purpose-driven leadership

Leadership remains one of the most extensively researched topics in the social sciences. Our understanding of what makes an effective leader has evolved considerably over the past century. In this blog post, I will provide an overview of some of the major leadership theories that have emerged from academic research and how our thinking has progressed over time.

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Having Coaching Conversations: A Non-Directive Guide for Managers

As a manager, one of your most important roles is developing your employees through effective coaching. Unlike directing or instructing, coaching takes a more non-directive approach aimed at empowering the employee. These coaching conversations should drive the employee to come up with their own solutions with guidance through questions and support from you as the manager.

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