Often a lack of engagement with employees is usually a sure sign that a toxic culture is in place. This often stems from senior leadership.
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For leaders and for those aspiring to leadership, the pursuit of excellence in leadership and governance, should not be an ambitious pipe dream.
Everyone has a personal challenge to strive to be the very best iteration of themselves, each and every day.
Whilst COVID-19 has had many impacts upon our lives, our towns, cities and countries, it has served as a reminder to those things that are important in life.
The reality is most established leaders, never intended to aspire to leadership when they were first starting out.
Does the background of a leader determine how successful or exceptional they might be?
If leadership is a verb, then in and of itself, it is, therefore, an action. Leadership should also seek to make a difference, for the better.
It might seem simple but impactful turnaround leadership can often begin with a simple idea. You get back as much as you give!
Thankfully, there are a few things a leader can do to create moments of rapture rather than rupture.
Leadership is about the present, about being present and seeing it as a real present, a true gift to humanity.