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    1 May, 2017
    Great leadership is all about repetition

    Today’s employees are busy and they know where they are heading. They have full speed on their ambitions, skills and self-confidence. It means that they can be difficult to lead – and as a manager, you must fight for their attention and convince them that the company’s strategic journey is important to them.

    Categories: Leadership

    23 March 2017
    "No need for change here"

    Even a successful organization must be exposed to change. Otherwise the organization freezes and becomes impossible to move when it really matters.

    Categories: Leadership

    9 June, 2016
    Are you skilled or just lucky

    We keep chasing it. The success. Every day, every quarter and every year. We constantly want to see improvement and reach our goals. In business, success is essential. However, success has a downside. We become dazzled by it, and then we don’t understand the reason for the success. Therefore it is important to be more skeptical of the success than of the defeat.

    Categories: Leadership

    4 May, 2016
    Does talent whisper or shout

    How do you discover new talent in your company? Do you look for those who shout the loudest and quickly show results, or the whispering talent who takes longer to enter the scene?

    Categories: Leadership

    10 February, 2016
    Are you stressed or just busy

    In a time when work is borderless and demands on us keep increasing, stress lurks just around the corner. But the gradual transition between work and leisure also means that we need a clearer distinction between being busy and having stress.

    Categories: Leadership

    22 January, 2016
    You learn most from the annoying boss

    Poor cooperation with the manager is the most common reason for resignations. As they say, “employees come to the company, but leave the manager”. However, that is a cheap argument, where the employee disclaims the responsibility for his or her own situation and career. If you are happy with your job, there is much more to learn from staying in the company and learn from the differences.

    Categories: Leadership

    10 November, 2015
    The greatest victories start with defeat

    When is the victory greatest? When do you learn the most? Is it when you head the high road to success? Or is it when you overcome difficult hurdles, almost giving up and despite all odds finally celebrate your success?

    Categories: Leadership

    Digital transformation for the long haul
    6 October, 2015
    Quit the values and worship the habits

    Several companies have them. Values. Either on the wall at the front desk, in the company’s handbook or on the website. However, are the defined values really worth anything when they have to contend with many years of deep-rooted habits in a company?

    Categories: Leadership

    Digital disruption
    3 September, 2015
    When vulnerability becomes a management strength

    I recently attended a networking event with a number of business leaders. At some point, the discussion tuned into the use of social media at work, and suddenly I was part of a very interesting and intense debate, as a CEO of a small IT company proclaimed, “in his company employees are fired if they use Facebook during working hours”.

    Categories: Leadership

    1 July, 2016
    Good morning Boss - its Chris - I cannot come to work today because I am demotivated

    As the virtual job market becomes a reality, the manager’s role as motivator has changed significantly. The employees have become their own boss, and the boss has become the playing trainer, who also acts as team player and coach

    Categories: Leadership

    8 June, 2015
    Change Management is performed at a pulse of 117

    As a leader, you need to know the pulse of your organization when you want to make major changes.

    Categories: Leadership

    10 April, 2015
    Employees must be in the same boat as me

    Motivated employees deliver better results. But how do you ensure you have motivated employees? Clear goals, follow up and praise are important tools in my management toolbox.

    Categories: Leadership