Everyone's looking for authentic leadership.

Authentic leaders are effective, self-aware and inspiring. They behave in a way that engenders trust, defend their people, challenge the status quo and take ownership and responsibility for mistakes.

They don’t attempt to emulate other leaders, but find their own path since, as Dr Meredith Belbin says:

“Individuals do not make good carbon copies of one another but only pale shadows whenever they attempt to imitate.”

Once that leader is in situ, living those leadership behaviours and values every day, everything else falls into place. Managers are more engaged and the effect trickles down through the company, boosting profits, wellbeing and every other feel-good factor under the sun.

So why is it so difficult to find?

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From the Blog

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Breaking Cultural Stereotypes

Using Team Roles as a means of understanding the diversity of contributions required in effective teams.

12 Feb 2019

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In the spirit of Valentine’s Day let’s take a look at how each of the 9 Belbin Team Roles might go about asking someone out on a date...

29 Jan 2019

Team Roles and Organisational Culture

When you find the recipe for success with an individual or group, it’s tempting to try and reproduce those characteristics. But what are the implications?

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