There are crucial moments that happen throughout our day, weeks and careers that become defining moments. The routine, good work we do day in and day out can easily be tainted by one bad day, one bad interaction or one bad blowup.
In a fast-changing business world, there’s no such thing as certainty. Are you equipping your leaders with the skills they need to outmaneuver competitors as the digital revolution intensifies?
Having an ego isn’t the problem. The challenge is that the ego’s leading role is to generate drama – unproductive behavior that keeps business leaders and their teams from delivering the highest level of results.
How can an effective leader influence and inspire, drive for results, or innovate without strong communication skills? It’s often effective communication that sets great leaders apart from other strong contributors on a team.
African companies seeking to drive sustained high performance have the unique opportunity to define the future of work and use the underlying themes as differentiating factors on how they attract, identify, develop and deploy their talent.
The talent you display in one role positions you for a promotion to another, then can wind up at the core of your struggles once you get there.