Rethinking ‘Moneyball’ – the secret to performing teams…

How do we get our teams to perform? This is a question we get asked almost every day in our practice. It’s one of the highest priorities of every CEO, chairman leader, manager and even coach. Unsurprisingly, there is really no simple answer! In our management framework, we work through twelve principles that we have…

The three critical perspectives for any organisation…

A key function of leadership is to constantly maintain a comprehensive perspective of the organisation. This means regularly taking time out from doing to observe. Getting the balance right is vital. Too little doing or too little observing can lead to failure. Performance relies greatly on results, but the right results are achieved only if…

Three traits that make a good manager

Recently in our practice we’ve witnessed an increasingly recurring question from our clients: What makes a good manager? It seems to be a common theme in the work place today. In fact, most people leave jobs not because of the organisation or their remuneration, but because of their managers and the workplace culture. Gallup studies…