Category: Leadership

Fostering Leadership and Growth: The Power of Professional Development in the Workplace

Professional development is a key factor in cultivating a team of leaders within a company. This involves creating a culture centered around continuous learning, offering various growth opportunities like online courses, mentorship programs, workshops on industry trends, and job rotation experiences. Not only does this approach promote the acquisition of job-specific skills, but it also encourages personal skill enhancement, such as time management and leadership abilities.

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How Mutual Teaching Transforms Professional Development

This article introduces “mutual teaching,” a cost-free professional development method where employees teach and learn from each other, transcending traditional mentorship’s hierarchical limitations. Unlike typical programs in today’s companies, mutual teaching involves weekly pairings where each team member both teaches and learns a skill from different colleagues. It fosters a collaborative, open environment and promotes personal connections.

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Managing Workload Without Needing to Say “No” to Your Boss

Many of us have found ourselves in situations where we feel that we cannot say “No.” We learned at a young age that we need to respect authority and do what we are told. When we start working, our boss becomes the main figure of authority. We feel reluctant to say “No”, leading to intense workload and stress. Over time this can escalate into physical, emotional and mental wellbeing concerns. In this article we provide a practical tool to prioritize and manage workload without having to say “No”.

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From Adversity to Leadership: The Transformative Power of Life’s Challenges

From humble beginnings, Anjani Amriit grew up scarred with bullying, abuse and adversity that would break some of the strongest characters. Her adverse experiences compelled Anjani to search for deep answers. This journey led her to cultivate qualities like resilience, courage, adaptability, determination, and innovative thinking. These qualities have, in turn, propelled her to become a multi-award winning conscious thought leader. Today, Anjani mentors the next generation of conscious leaders.

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Team Building Essentials: Small Business Success Strategies

n this article, we explore the essential elements of building a strong and dynamic team for your small business, with a special emphasis on the transformative impact of remote work. We start by embracing the evolution of work culture and the numerous advantages remote working offers, including flexibility, access to a broader talent pool, and cost savings.

The article provides a comprehensive guide, beginning with the importance of clearly defining team goals and roles, which instills a sense

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The Impossible Challenge of My First Management Role

My first management role, Classified Advertising Manager was to manage a phone team, despite sitting next to each other, who were not speaking to each other and their union stated that I was not to teach them to sell. The face to face reps did not get commission for selling into my pages. And I was expected to grow the classifieds. I had no role models to follow or get advice from, so here’s what I did. And this set the foundation for my transformational process with teams.

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10 Best Tips For Building A Winning Team For Your Business Success.

Building a successful team is essential for the success of any business. Building a successful team takes time, effort, and leadership. A winning team is one that is driven to success and works together to reach its goals. It’s important for team members to be on the same page and work together to reach their goals. As the leader of your team, it’s important to focus on creating a team culture that encourages collaboration, trust, and unity.

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Professional Development Advice to Team Leaders

High-performing teams and continuous improvement mindsets go hand-in-hand in the business world, but it’s not something that happens on its own. A business’s leadership team needs to actively promote and model continuous improvement culture across departments. Unfortunately, leadership often treats professional development as an individual employee’s responsibility rather than a company-wide activity that benefits all departments.

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