How to lead your remote team effectively

How to lead your remote team effectively

27/05/2020Leadership, remotework

Some say it takes three weeks to form a new habit. Yet weeks into the Covid19 pandemic your team struggles to work remotely. Alarmingly, studies say that only 16% of employees have ever had any virtual team specific business training to help them perform effectively As a leader of a now-virtual team, failing to acknowledge the magnitude … Read More

How to Encourage Leadership Development

How to Encourage Leadership Development

04/05/2019coaching, entrepreneurship, Leadership, leadership development, management, startups No Comments

“Are leaders born or made?” This age-old question, which is a little too black-and-white, may have a whole lot of gray. Could it be that some people are born with certain leadership predispositions, an innate leadership blue-print to build on…yes! At the same time, there should exist those who lack these inborn leadership characteristics. And this … Read More

8 Ways To Manage Your Boss

8 Ways To Manage Your Boss

29/04/2019art of visibility, emotional intelligence, Employee engagement, goal setting, Happiness At Work, interpersonal intelligence, Leadership, leadership development, management, Mindfulness, soft skills, Uncategorized No Comments

If you went to one of my workshops or were part of the group coaching assignments I led, you already heard me speak about the importance of building a healthy positive relationship with one’s boss. There are certain basic skills that everyone should be given access to, in order to succeed in and enjoy their professional life. … Read More

How To Be A Great Manager

How To Be A Great Manager

29/04/2019emotional intelligence, Employee engagement, Happiness At Work, interpersonal intelligence, Leadership, leadership development, management, soft skills, talent management No Comments

A day after Saint Valentin, the day that celebrates romantic love, I feel inspired to talk about our need to feel supported and nurtured at work. Given that we spend the mind-blowing 23 percent or more of our total lifetime working, it’s only normal that we want a tiny dose of that fuzzy special feeling that we automatically expect from … Read More