We are being asked to ‘invest in our planet’, but how can you lead a sustainable organisation? The Carbon majors report found that just 100 companies were responsible for 71% of global emissions in 2017. Now in 2023, it is time for all organisations to become part of...
As global energy sectors shift from fossil-based sources of energy production & consumption to renewable sources the market is changing rapidly. Over the next number of years, there will be increased investment in renewable energy sources, carbon capture...
‘Power Skills’ are the skills that are essential to success and agility in any workplace. These skills enable you to make judgments and decisions, manage interactions and navigate through social and professional situations effectively. The workplace continues to...
Decision-Making Styles Explained Decision-making, by definition, is the process of weighing alternatives and finding a solution to a problem and can change according to the situation in order to be most effective. This ability, to apply such situational...
To survive organisations must become more sustainable “Companies who focus on the short-term gain at the expense of long-term sustainability will not last long”. Clever business leaders know they must manage the day-to-day, the short term, but they also...
Leadership has evolved dramatically over the years, from the early days of the great man theory and the autocratic styles to the modern-day servant leadership theory and a more egalitarian style of leadership. The common traits of leadership have evolved over...
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