Tag Archives: Sustainbility

Leadership and Sustained Personal Resilience


    As weeks under stress turn to months, it is important to understand what both research and practice has to tell us about resilience and leadership. Leaders have to understand how to sustain their own focus and energy levels as the Global Viral Crisis moves from one stage of its evolution to another. The […]

Great leaders are masters of measurement

Leaders guide their organisations through regular change, meaning they must become masters of measurement. By Roger Perry Just a few weeks ago I sat in a CEO’s office helping him consider a measurement conundrum. His biggest challenge was simply time – he needed to know early if the change was working, and if not, where […]

Avoiding Change Resistance: A Pragmatic View

Responses to change vary widely. Some accept, some champion, some resist, some become stressed, and some close down. Yet nearly all major organisational change requires behavioural adaption from staff. So, experienced leaders know that proactive planning is required if they want an enthusiastic response from staff. This article will outline some practical approaches to the […]