Using the Kantor Behavioural Profile (baseline) as part of a group/team intervention supports a whole systems approach to enabling individuals within an organisation to understand the contribution they make to the system and what needs to change.
‘Noise’ no longer refers just to sound, but to the general distractions that make our lives chaotic and stressful. We’re constantly busy, but are we effective? We’ve mastered multi-tasking, but do we really get more done in half the time? Communication is something we believe we’re experts at. Maybe in terms of personal broadcasting, we have. But the victim in all of this is our ability to truly listen.anyone, better, busy, clear, comes, communication, connection, creating, culture, difficult, distractions, done, effort, empathy, filter, halts, interest, jewel, learn, life, listening, lives, longer, mastered, maybe, meetings, mentally, noise, personal, physically, questions, shoes, showing, skills, someone, somewhere, space, stimulating, stop, stressful, subtly, talk, ted, think, tips, treasure, truly, trust
I am passionate about changing the nature of conversations in organisations. I want to help leaders to have powerful conversations that lead to sustained changes in their behaviour to create engaged teams while at the same time link this to operational profit.behaviour, case, changes, climate, communication, competency, contribute, conversations, data, david, development, economic, ei, else, emotional, engaged, exists, failure, found, gallup, hay, help, http, human, influence, intelligence, leaders, leadership, organisations, patterns, performer, quality, reality, relationship, repertoire, report, research, rooted, stances, stuck, style, surveys, team, temperament, tightly, value, variance, words, work
In his book, The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One that Isn’t, Robert Sutton makes the case that there is a correlation between toxic organisations and abusive bosses.absenteeism, approach, behaviours, bosses, building, bullying, challenge, change, coaching, communication, contribute, conversations, correlation, cost, development, due, employees, face, increased, leaders, leadership, leading, levels, likely, managing, operate, organisation, patterns, people, performance, positive, recognise, research, significant, strategic, stress, structure, support, system, takes, teams, think, tolerated, toxic, turnover, undermine, understand, work, workplace, years
The role of a Leadership today is viewed very differently compared to a generation ago. In the last 20 years a new way of looking at leadership has emerged which views leadership as much more complex. However, irrespective of how operating environments have changed, I still see leaders behaving in ways today that are similar to how I was managed (good and bad) and it makes me wonder about what those great managers/leaders did, and would they still be effective today.ability, accelerator, administer, agility, anything, asked, authentic, aware, behaviour, boss, calm, change, changeleading, clarity, communication, connected, continue, conversations, courage, created, david, days, deep, development, differently, effective, emotional, enthused, environments, everyone, expertise, face, greater, growing, help, human, important, individuals, informed, inspired, intelligence, job, journey, leaders, leadership, leading, learning, level, listenedhe, manage, moods, nash, operated, organisation, personal, positive, power, presence, pressurised, ray, really, role, self-assessment, share, specific, supported, team, teamhe, think, today, tool, value, views, widely, work