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Lessons from the Ryder Cup

When we look at how we lead our own teams can we learn any lessons from the Ryder Cup? Every member of the European Ryder Cup team has praised their Captain Paul McGinley in the wake of their success in … Continue reading

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Positive Leadership produces exceptional performance

Research suggests that Positive Leadership is the key attribute that seperates exceptional performance from the average. “Imagine a place where everyone chooses to bring energy, passion, and a positive attitude every day.” – Stephen C Lundin In his book, Positive … Continue reading

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What does your company’s culture say about you?

The culture you experience at work tends to be a reflection of the values of the company’s leader. Many years ago I worked for a company that were sub contractors to another company and they were paid a “commission” based … Continue reading

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Sometimes it’s what you don’t say…

On Sunday Liverpool came from 2-0 down to draw level, only to see Man Utd snatch a winner 6 minutes from time. Liverpool’s second goal came from a free kick awarded on the edge of the box after Fernando Torres, … Continue reading

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