By Dr Matthew Chodkowski and Dr Terry Schindler
The industrial leadership concept, based on 20th century values, beliefs and assumptions, has its roots in bureaucratic management, behavioural psychology, and classical linear relationships. But is it still relevant in the 21st century?
By ALAN MANLY
All entrepreneurs have strong positive traits, but it is possible to have too much of a good thing. The key to finding a balance is self-awareness. Monitor your own emotions and understand how they affect you, your colleagues and your business decisions. If you can master that, you’re halfway there.
By SANDY CLARKE
In business, the bottom line matters, but being able to lead with a sense of purpose and helping others to achieve meaningful goals matters just as much in terms of creating success, empowering others, and building a positive legacy that can continue to benefit the business and its customers.