Monthly Archives: June 2011

Proof From Neuroscience That Bad Leadership is BAD!


By Manie Bosman While many organizations are following in the footsteps of Southwest Airlines, VISA International and other global giants by discovering the advantages of relational leadership (people-orientated leadership), many others remain skeptic. However, evidence that it really pays for … Continue reading

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These Seven Risky Strategies Can Cause Avoidable Fiascoes


By Manie Bosman While many authors on the topic of why strategic plans fail seem to agree that bad execution is the primary culprit, blaming failure on those who were supposed to “make it happen” is perhaps a a too … Continue reading

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Manipulation: Mismanaged Motivation?


By Manie Bosman What’s the difference between ‘motivating’ people and ‘manipulating’ them? A couple of weeks ago I posted this question on the Strategic Leadership Forum LinkedIn group and got some really interesting and insightful responses which helped to clarify … Continue reading

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