Tag Archives: Values

Proof From Neuroscience That Trusting People Makes Them More Trustworthy


By Manie Bosman Speaking to a business owner recently who had been suffering significant losses as a result of theft by employees, I was quite surprised when at one point he out rightly declared “I don’t trust any of these … Continue reading

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The Highest Trees… Are Most at Risk Of Becoming Corrupt


By Manie Bosman People who don’t have much and are struggling to survive are forced to fend for themselves and would therefore be more likely to “do what it takes” even if it means cheating and behaving unethically, right? Wrong … Continue reading

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Leading the 4th Revolution: 6 Ways in Which The Purpose of Leadership Changed in the 21st Century


By Manie Bosman We are currently living in the 4th Revolution – a strange and unpredictable period where the interaction between information and communication technologies has created a snowball-effect causing change to literally become the only constant. Sociologists distinguish three … 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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Leadership Failure Follows Five Fatal Flaws


By Manie Bosman Over the last couple of months I have witnessed how an organization with which I’ve journeyed for many years gradually move towards the point of complete disintegration following a change in top leadership. Typical of many cases … Continue reading

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