Common wisdom about leadership often favours "leading by example," so you might not think too much about the way your team interprets what you say. But the truth is, the words and phrases you use can have a very real impact on your team's morale and productivity. Katherine Bryant Executive Coach at The Progress Partnership, shares her knowledge on effective leadership and the impact your language has on others.
Whether professionally or personally, our habits can come to define us. Our good habits can lead us to make progress and become successful, while our bad habits can cause us to fail. Habits are powerful, and they are difficult to make or break, but if you can start developing good habits and break the bad ones, you can forge yourself into the person you want to become. Lewis and Aldo give us their valuable insights on building a great ground game.
Attracting and hiring people from different socio-economic backgrounds is critical to facilitating a diversity of ideas within organisations. A different educational and socio-economic background has an impact on your world view, which organisations can derive a huge benefit from by way of more opinions and better-quality decision-making. It is therefore important to equip as many people as possible with the knowledge to plan their career path and the opportunity to follow it.