Change by choice: leading organisational change

19th January 2018

Organisational change does not simply require management; it needs leadership. Philip Cox-Hynd is a change implementation specialist and author of Mindfulness and the Art of Change by Choice. Here he explores how you can create [read more]

Inspire and Influence: Leading Others

17th November 2017

In an edited extract from his book Simply Said: Communicating Better at Work and Beyond Jay Sullivan, managing partner at Exec|Comm LLC, shares his theory of leadership and explains the advantages of motivating and challenging others [read more]

Positioning yourself for success

10th November 2017

The role of the practice manager is integral. Facing a diverse and continually developing range of responsibilities – from finance and recruitment to leadership development, premises and ICT – how can you ensure that your [read more]

Positive leaders create united and connected teams

27th October 2017

Michael Jordan – basketball player extraordinaire – once said, ‘Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships’. While practice management and leadership is a very different game, this mantra holds true. In the following edited [read more]

Leadership: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

13th October 2017

Developing a culture of change through leadership and management – and deploying improvement strategies throughout the practice community – requires an understanding of ‘the challenges of change’. Andrew Williams, consultant and interim leader, explores the [read more]

The martial arts of management

29th September 2017

Based on principles found in aikido – a form of Japanese martial arts – author Michael Veltri theorises that leaders and managers can transform their busy lives. In an edited extract from his new book [read more]

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