A sign of effective leadership is the ability to adapt, take criticism and learn from past mistakes. While Prime Minister Scott Morrison has received his share of criticism for his handling of the bushfire crisis, not all media say he’s been doing a bad job, and some suggest that he has learned from his early missteps.
The government’s affinity for PR spin and marketing jargon hasn’t fared well as Australia’s leadership appeared to remain two steps behind the bushfire crisis. Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s handling of the emergency has seen him tarred and feathered both in Australia and internationally.
#KeepAustraliaWorking#coronavirus #covid19 as with any crisis has provided Australian’s with the opportunity to lead with purpose. Whether you are leading a team of 1000 or leading yourself, how we conduct ourselves during this time and for the months to come will leave a lasting impact.
In today’s digital age, social media is an important business tool and communication channel, presenting leaders with both possibility and risk.
The time for business leaders to control their professional reputation was yesterday. All leaders within an organisation need to understand the impact that reputations can have on themselves…
Reputation is a curious concept. Initially, it’s created by you and your approach to leadership: your feelings, your attitudes, your behaviours, etc.
If you have been following the news, the most recent landmark defamation case under Australia’s somewhat revised defamation laws, saw Adelaide Lawyer Gordon Cheng win $750 000 over a bad google review.
Diversity and inclusion, or ‘D&I’ in corporate jargon, is an integral aspect of all workplaces. Both D&I are proven to improve bottom lines, workplace culture, employee retention and satisfaction.
“Where there’s a need there’s a lion,” is the motto of Lions Clubs International. Since inception more than 100 years ago local Lions clubs have become the trusted, quiet leaders in their communities.
As mental health takes precedence on the public agenda, the leaders fronting these conversations will often place their mental health on the backburner as they support others.