Balance Leadership and Management for Optimal Results
Innovation and productivity are the hallmarks of organisations that survive in any economy. But few organisations know how to develop and integrate the balance of leadership and management that creates those winning characteristics.
For the past decade, Vivente has been designing and implementing solutions that develop Leadership and Management in an effective balance so they can drive both near-term results and long-term sustainability. At this blog, we’ll be sharing a bit of what we’ve learned so you can start building this advantage in your own organisation.
With yet another short week which means another long weekend it’s an opportunity to not only catch up on reading but to also do some thinking about what is going on around us. To use the “in vogue” term at the moment we seem to be surrounded by disruption on a number of fronts. No […]
Given the global events of the past month and the antics of some of our so called global leaders there is no doubt we are witnessing what many predicted would come to pass. We are not only going to live in a world of increasing uncertainty and volatility that will, at times, verge on the […]
These days it’s difficult to find someone who will admit to being a sales person and be proud of it. Instead we get an amazing array of euphemisms: business development, marketing consultant, client development representative, client relationship manager, account manager, client success manager, and sales achievement specialists. OK , there are few I wish were […]
Each week I like to read in the Australian Financial Review the column by Lucy Kellaway. Her columns invariably provide an interesting take on aspects of leadership, people in organisations, and how they function. This week she honed in on why people in offices don’t appear to speak to each other as they work and […]
Every day most of us encounter challenges we have to meet and problems we have to solve. There are a range of tools available to us to do that, however with the relentless business pace and the implicit need for managers to have a strong bias for action, managers can fall into the trap of […]