Would you join an organisation that was led by someone who is not conscious? Odd question right?
The harsh reality is that many leaders are not entirely conscious.
Last week we published 4 posts where we talked about the well-being of men in leadership positions. So what happens now?
Many men feel particular pressure to prove themselves as “being a real man” and organisations often reinforce this by rewarding the ‘real men’, who emerge as winners.
It’s Men’s Health Week 2021! We often get caught up in the hurly-burly of life and often let slip a focus on ourselves and our being well.
It’s Men’s Health Week 2021 and today we’ll talk about society’s standards for men and its consequences.
It’s Men’s Health Week 2021 and today we’ll talk about the facts about the well-being of male leaders.
How often do we find that we go for simple solutions, maybe expecting that something that’s worked in the past will work again, only to realise an issue is more complex that it first seemed.
When considering staff engagement there is a lot of emphasis put on a good beginning as well as engagement and belonging. What we often miss is that as people travel through the organisation they are inevitably somewhere in the cycle of beginning, belonging and ending. It is the ending that seems to get the least attention.
One of the stated hallmarks of a high performing team is creative conflict. This notion of being able to speak out, to rock the boat and be courageous has liberated many silent dissenters and given them a voice at the table. And yet, something is still missing.