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Consensus-Style Leadership: The Consensus Driven Character

In last week’s blog post we took a look at some of the important signs and indicators employees can be on the lookout for to determine if consensus-style leadership in their organizations will lead to issues. There are often many warning signs that consensus-style...

Consensus-Style Leadership: How to Detect a Consensus Mindset

In last week's blog post we took a detailed look at some of the pros and cons to a consensus-style leadership within an organization. It became clear that while there are some positive aspects to this style of leadership, after a period of time these benefits slowly...

Consensus-Style Leadership: The Pros and Cons

In last week’s blog post we gave an overview on the consensus-style leadership style and key characteristics of these leaders. Consensus-style leaders typically want all of their employees to feel valued and happy, and are often found acting as mediators or...

The Traps of Consensus-Style Leadership

Most employees favour consensus-run organizations, where a leader uses inclusion and feedback to manage democratically. A consensus-style leader is a refreshing alternative to the tyrant who issues stern orders. But democracy, taken to an extreme, creates numerous...

Employee Engagement: The Power of Personal Connections

In last week’s blog post we talked about the importance of fostering a sense of partnership amongst employees. Nothing extinguishes engagement more than feeling controlled, used or disrespected. True partners are included in decisions, plans, and discussions. They are...

Employee Engagement: The Benefits of Partnering

In last week’s blog post we looked at the various ways you can increase employee engagement through small corporate tweaks. Things like ensuring your employees are able to do their jobs properly and without unnecessary hassle. A culture that fosters empowerment and...

Employee Engagement: Through the Organization

In last week’s blog post we took a look at the impact of disengaged employees on organizations. Dissatisfied workers simply don’t care as much as their satisfied colleagues - their performance, efforts, and concerns about company or customer well-being are marginal....

Employee Engagement: Your Secret Weapon

Surveys and studies indicate global job dissatisfaction is at a two-decade high. Disengaged employees account for nearly 70 percent of the workforce, which significantly affects the bottom line, according to data from Towers Watson. They cause corporate income,...

Raising Your Trust Quotient: The Power of Appreciation

In last week’s blog post we explored some of the simple, yet incredibly effective, ways you can start to increase the level of trust within your organization. Simply helping employees to do their jobs efficiently goes a long way in building trust and developing...

Raising Your Trust Quotient: A Helping Hand

In last week’s blog post we took at a look at the overall importance of trust within a work place. Employees that have trust in their leaders are willing to follow them, are more willing to engage in their work, make an effort to improve the workplace, and strive for...

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