Leadership is a journey of continuous growth and self-discovery. One of the most effective ways to evolve your own leadership style is by finding inspiration in the leaders you admire. By observing their qualities and actions, you can refine your approach and become a more impactful leader.
I recently got to meet the ‘accidental’ prime minister, Jacinda Ardern. And before anyone criticises me for being flippant, this is what Jacinda called herself. To receive a handwritten invitation to meet someone you admire so much is definitely a great start to the day.
WTF! It may be an abbreviation that attempts to lessen the offensiveness of the words it stands for, but the expression ‘WTF’ is strong and emotive language that we, the team here at Peeplcoach, feel is called for when it comes to a particular issue.
‘Vestis virum facit’ (Erasmus, Adagia 3.1.60) is a saying coined by the 15th-century writer Erasmus. Today the quote is better recognised as ‘Clothes maketh the man’. It could perhaps be further refined to ‘Clothes maketh the person’.
Words often used to describe successful business leaders include extroverted, charismatic, confident, dominating, singled-minded, focused and opinionated.
At the beginning of Covid, individuals and organisations scrambled to put in place arrangements for working from home. Technology, space, noise, safety and communication rhythms were all issues. Now, three years later, we are trying to work out how we can manage going back to work.