Author name: Cyberspinach

OVERCOMING SELF-SABOTAGE

In the high-stakes arena of executive leadership, self-sabotage is a silent saboteur. It lurks in the shadows, undermining even the most driven leaders, causing missed opportunities and unfulfilled potential. As an executive coach, I’ve witnessed first-hand how this insidious pattern can derail careers. But the good news is, self-sabotage is not a life sentence; it’s a challenge that can be mastered.

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HIGH-PERFORMING TEAMS: 5 ROADBLOCKS TO CRUSH, CULTURE TO WIN

In today’s dynamic business landscape, characterized by hybrid and remote models, building high-performing teams requires a renewed focus on organizational culture, effective leadership, and fostering a sense of cohesion despite physical distance. Patrick Lencioni’s “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team” offers a framework to overcome key challenges..

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PROGNOSIS OF CHANGE

Many organisations currently find themselves operating in highly unpredictable environments characterised by decreasing levels of stability. Such organisations often find themselves having to adjust a projected course due to unanticipated external factors. An organisation’s lifespan may be at risk if their prognosis for change is low.  When considering recruitment and/or development of an individual, what

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AN EXCO OF MBA’S

“But they have an MBA?” – if only we had a Rand for every time business/hiring managers say this to us in an assessment feedback session. Qualifications do not equate to strategic thinking ability. For example, an MBA provides an individual with models and learnings upon which to draw, but does not guarantee the thinking ability required

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