Posts Tagged ‘trust’

How do you improve your capacity to self-observe, to be aware of when we are being reactive and impulsive? It’s in these moments that we often use our highest cognitive capacities to justify our worst behaviours. See more to be more. Rather than simply getting better at what they already do, transformational leaders balance courage and humility in order to grow and develop every day.

via Harvard Business Review, January 2019

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Creating an employee-centric culture can be good for business.The rewards include higher productivity, better-quality products, and increased profitability. But how do you do that effectively? Building a culture of trust is what makes a meaningful difference.

via Harvard Business Review, January 2017

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social impact

Cranlana is dedicated to strengthening wise and courageous leadership. Our purpose is to equip leaders to create change for the better in our society. After working with senior leaders across the private, government and not for profit sectors for nearly 30 years, have we? We launched our inaugural impact evaluation survey late last year to find out.

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ethical boards

Are you contemplating joining a Board? Perhaps you’re taking up your first board role this year. Or are you an old hand, and member of many? Board membership can be prestigious, and a chance to support an organisation you believe in. By lending your experience and wisdom you can make a significant impact. It can be professionally and personally satisfying. It can also be a risk to your reputation and legacy if that Board or organisation misbehaves.

1 February 2020

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