July 10, 2014 Effective Leadership – It Takes Two To Tango!
As the saying goes “it takes two to tango” – even in achieving effective leadership! Leadership remains one of the most discussed and researched topics in contemporary management. And leadership development still is one of the hottest topics in business today, with companies investing heavily in it. Based on the massive amount of attention, effort […]Read More
The demand for global leaders in the current economy is unprecedented. In turn, HR leaders with global talent management (GTM) responsibilities need to re-think, or establish, their agendas for an emerging ‘global workforce’. This includes developing a leadership talent pipeline capable of building and maintaining workforce morale, supported by: collective and agile intercultural learning capacities, […]Read More
Leadership perspectives have evolved over time through various schools of thought, such as Great Man, trait, behavioural, situational, contingency and transactional theories. More recent transformational leadership models include: positive, servant, moral, spiritual, authentic, ethical and adaptive leadership. The current accepted view is that leadership is a relationship between leaders and their followers – terminology […]Read More
April 21, 2014 Building Australia’s Global Talent and Leadership Capability
The 21st century economy is the era of globalisation, and ‘Australia in The Asian Century’ is clearly evident given the impending trade agreements between Australia and China, Japan and South Korea. This follows the previous Government’s signing of a free trade agreement with Malaysia in 2012, and negotiation of agreements with Singapore and Thailand. Given […]Read More
April 14, 2014 Global Leadership Expands – The World Grows Smaller
As technology ever-decreases our global boundaries, leaders of enterprise find they are increasingly required to work across foreign markets, borders and cultures. While this presents opportunity, there are also challenges and risks! Performing effectively in multicultural environments requires business leaders who are culturally diverse. This need poses a serious risk, as our own cultural ‘programming’ […]Read More