Barnaby Joyce is not the first politician or leader to be blindsided by the consequences that come with using power poorly. It seems that for many years, peers, directs and the media would turn a blind eye to transgressions around the use of power.
In my last post I spoke about the film 'BULLY'.
By now your New Year’s Resolutions will be made and many of you will be thinking about what's needed to achieve them.
Over the past few years we’ve been training leaders and managers to use a coaching approach to help their staff adjust and navigate rapidly changing environments.
I have to admit, I’m not always the best at staying in touch. So I was pleased when my sister Danielle and I finally spoke on the phone the other day. Our calls had been bouncing back and forward between our message banks for weeks.
Have you ever complained that your staff aren’t strategic enough? Have you ever wondered why those who report to you seem slow to see the bigger picture or unable to cut through the minutiae and constant operational demands?
Have you ever given or received an apology that had a powerful and transformative impact? Of late we've been working with organisations committed to making full and wholehearted apologies.