Category Archives: Leadership

LX + EX = CX The New Formula for Business Success!!

LX + EX = CX        The New Formula for Business Success!! LX           =             Is the perception that employees have about their management team which is                                 directly related to their managers’ leadership capability (at all levels) EX           =             Is the perception that employees have about their employer which is directly                                 related…
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Leadership Resource Round-up – Week 3!

Leadership Resource Round-up - Week 3! Week 3 of the MultiRater Surveys leadership resource round-up and we have collated a brand new list of articles, podcasts, courses and whitepapers around all things leadership.    Article Creating The Future Of Work: 10 Leadership Strategies For The Greatest Impact By Forbes To lead effectively managers are going to…
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Leadership Resource Round-up – Week 2!

Leadership Resource Round-up - Week 2! In our second installment of the MultiRater Surveys leadership resource round up we have collated an exciting new list of articles, podcasts, courses and whitepapers around all things leadership.   Article New Zealand’s Prime Minister May Be the Most Effective Leader on the Planet by The Atlantic Around the…
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Leading Remote Teams is Challenging – Survival Tips for Leaders

Leading Remote Teams is Challenging – Survival Tips for Leaders Managing direct reports has always been a challenge for most managers, but add to this the increase in direct reports working remotely from home and this aspect of day-to-day leadership just became exponentially more difficult. Covid-19 has changed our workplaces for ever, employees working from…
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Leadership Resource Round-up

Leadership Resource Round-up Each week, MultiRater Surveys will collate the best free leadership content from around the web to allow leaders to proactively develop their leadership capability. The weekly list will contain Articles, Podcasts, Courses and WhitePapers around all things leadership. Our consultants have taken the time to make sure it's not your normal, generic…
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Are Your Leaders Burning Out Your Employees?

Earlier this year, the World Health Organization classified Burn-Out as an occupational phenomenon resulting from chronic workplace stress. The phenomenon is characterized by the following symptoms[1]: Feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion Increased mental distance, negativity or cynicism toward one’s job; and Reduced professional efficacy This has detrimental effects on both the employee’s mental wellbeing…
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Your Employees Have A Voice…And You’d Better Start Listening

Employee feedback in the past was often limited to the yearly performance review. However, changes in employee expectations mean more organizations are providing regular feedback to their employees – and those that don’t are considered outdated and uncompetitive[1]. There are good reasons underlying this change - research has found regular feedback to bring a multitude…
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Leadership: Is It Born or Made?

It’s the age-old question that comes back to nature vs nurture – is leadership something you are born with, or is it something you can develop? Research estimates just over a third of leadership behavior can be attributed to genetic factors[1]. This supports other in-depth studies which have found stable personality traits (e.g. sociability & conscientiousness) can…
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Trust & Leadership

In an era defined by declining trust in institutions (e.g. politicians, banks, government), we seem to be maintaining comparatively strong trust with our leaders at work. The Edelman Trust Barometer found that 75% of people globally trust their employer to do what's right. Whether or not this trust is misplaced remains to be seen, however the importance of trust…
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PREPARE, MEASURE, INITIATE. Steps for executing Leadership Development and Training

Over the last few years the worrying statistics that keep coming out of the large research companies is that the majority of organizations are not opening up leadership development and training to employees below the executive suite. Currently only 5% of organizations actively develop and invest in leadership capability below the executive leadership team. What…
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