Tag Archives: It’s Already Inside
Have you ever taken the time to call your customer service line? Or tried to connect with someone as a complete outsider? I will wager that, unless you are a leader in the Customer Service department or a sales person, you have little to no idea what your customers go through.
And, I would wager again, that […]
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The best leaders on the planet are known for being great communicators. They have become skilled at getting messages across to others. Messages about vision, purpose, strategy, direction, projects…. Everything! A great leader can clearly and compellingly explain to ALL members of the team what they want and expect so that everyone can easily follow.
Every human on the planet makes decisions emotionally first. It is only after the emotional commitment that we then back up our decision with data. This is why embracing emotional leadership is worth your time. Those that say otherwise will lie about other things too.
Our brains are wired into a number of different areas, […]
When was the last time you came up with a brilliant, out-of-the-box idea while you were sitting at your desk? Do you struggle to generate greater clarity and creativity? If you are like me, the chances of you having that eureka, thunderbolt moment of creativity hit you, making you stand up in your cubicle or […]
Team building is essential for leaders in business.
Henry Ford once said: “you learn more about a person in an hour of play than a year of conversation.”
If you are to connect, I mean really connect with your team, you have to plan in some play time. And do it often.
Building solid relationships with your team […]
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The best leaders on the planet are known for being great communicators. They have become skilled at getting messages across to others. Messages about vision, purpose, strategy, direction, projects…. Everything! Great leadership development allows you to clearly and compellingly explain to ALL members of the team what they want and expect so that everyone can […]
Sign up today for the TENTH and final webinar in the dynamic leadership series hosted by Incrementa’s partner Robert Murray. The Dynamic Leadership Series is designed to help you unlock and build your inner leader. They will teach you tips, tricks and tools that you can use to lead yourself and those around you.
This 10th in the […]
Ever watch a couple of six-year-old children at play? I mean really at play… and not on some kind of technology device. It’s wonderful to see, because it’s just so easy for them!
Did you ever stop to think that the world of business actually mirrors children’s “way of play”? We adults just end up complicating […]
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Incrementa’s partner Robert Murray is a #1 Bestselling Author, a Global Speaker and a Business Leader who tells stories that help people find the keys to unlock the innate leader they have within themselves.
Robert speaks to:
Inspiring teams to reach deeper
Transformational change leadership
How to win in a chaotic, hyper competitive world
Keeping leadership, strategy and business simple, […]
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Since the first edition of my book “It’s Already Inside” came out in 2012 and my two subsequent books since then, each time I am interviewed by a journalist from Radio, TV or Print media, I am always asked the question: “Are leaders born or made?” When I give my answer, the debate inevitably ensues.