Are you a new manager? perhaps, aspiring to be one? or an established one looking to evolve your skills? Then check out these 8 resources to learn the basics of being a great leader.Continue reading “8 resources for new people managers”
Welcome to the next installment in my ongoing leadership series, where I break down the insights and lessons we can learn from high performing leaders across many arenas.
For this one, I’m focusing on another sports coach and this time in the form of Jurgen Klopp. The ever enigmatic, philosophical and master tactician of the football field. It’s funny that I’ve chosen another leader from the world of football as I don’t really follow the sport (I’m more of a combat sports fan myself). However, Jurgen is always a character that has interested me and especially his approach to leadership, as we’ll explore here.Continue reading “Leadership Lessons: Jurgen Klopp’s playbook”
Welcome to the world of L&D
This short thought is for those who are new to the learning and development industry or maybe even those you’ve just taken their first team lead role.Continue reading “7 resources new L&D managers need in their life”
A legendary figure in world football and probably all of sports management.
Sir Alex Ferguson lead the Manchester United football team for 26 years, winning a list of awards so long I couldn’t list them here. He’s considered one the greatest and most successful managers of all time.Continue reading “Leadership lessons: The Sir Alex Ferguson approach”
A weak leader blames, they find every excuse as to why, why it was not them who is responsible for what has happened. A weak leader thinks only with their ego, in fact, the person I describe is not a leader at all.
Because to lead is to take responsibility, to own it no matter the cost.Continue reading “Leadership lessons: We must own our problems”