Matt Brown chats to entrepreneur and behavioural specialist Brad Shorkend, about how leadership and consciousness is changing the business landscape.
There is a new status quo emerging in the business world and it can all be summed up with one word: “Familiar”.
Great leadership means getting the most out of your people, but not at any cost. Good leaders always lead with compassion.
If you don’t, you might find that you’re your business’s own worst enemy. I’ve had personal experience with this. If you don’t scale yourself into the leader your business needs, you’ll just end up dragging everyone down.
Here are the lessons that every entrepreneur can and should learn from this epic story of beating the odds, being the underdog and standing strong no matter your circumstances.
What does it mean to be a high-performance director? If you want to scale your business, you need the skills that come with this level of responsibility.
A great leader has the incredible ability to bring out the best in you.
For better or worse, the cornerstone of a start-up's culture is going to be the founder.
As the epitome of a Calibrator, Marissa Mayer is meticulously focused on building a better system — a standout of her achievements at Google. However, her challenges at Yahoo highlight what happens when a Calibrator is left unchecked by a balanced team — trying to solve people and culture issues with rules and systems.
The roadmap of entrepreneurship starts with a great idea of a desired future state.
The transition from expert to leader is one that many struggle to navigate.
These people may not be famous, but they are important nevertheless.
Never stop learning.
Master these six things and make a true impact on your business, employees and customers.
Successful business leaders understand that the learning is never done.
Here are three key principles that current and past masters of culture have applied to help build and sustain a successful culture.
Elon Musk is a great visionary, and listening to a recent interview with him on YouTube, I had a number of leadership and entrepreneurial ‘aha’ moments. All his success comes down to his work ethics, principles, and attitude.
Want to grow your business? Then you need to focus on becoming more than a great entrepreneur. You need to become a great leader.
Leadership requires you to master a number of basic functions of management. The one golden thread that ties these functions together and is the key to purposeful leadership will always be, clear, constructive and purposeful communication.
Wits Business School is taking the Women in Leadership issue seriously. The School’s Leadership Development Centre, has developed and fine-tuned a course on the subject, and demand is growing exponentially.