25 May 2020

👩‍👧‍👦👨‍👨‍👦‍👦 Your team will have changed dramatically in the last 8 weeks - beyond schooling arrangements and the comfort / discomfort of working from home or the hours worked. Don't assume that the team you had going into isolation will behave the same as the team coming out of isolation. Your team members may have a very different relationship with: 🔹You - as both leader, mentor, pe...

20 May 2020

Wednesday is all about gratitude at Kameleons - Developing Leaders - it is a pleasure to work with dedicated leaders that want to extend knowledge and skills for themselves as well as their teams! To be able to have open, honest and constructive conversations in the workplace is crucial at all times, but especially now with circumstances that can change rapidly. Thank you #leadership ...

12 May 2020

When it comes to managing the dynamics of the people in your team, near enough is not good enough. When people talk about a business being ‘siloed’ - what they are actually referring to is a business that has created so many people ‘work arounds’ or people ‘avoidances’, that entire business units no longer function effectively. This can stem from something as simple as two Department Hea...

07 May 2020

Leadership Development: 10 Things to Give Up
This fantastic graphic was recently posted on Zig Ziglar's Facebook page (credit to the author). The list reminded me of many of the Coaching Outcomes that my Executive Coaching clients are seeking to impact in the leadership, with their team and in their lives. While each of the '10 Things to Give Up' could fall into the realm of personal development, the impact of these behaviours o...

05 May 2020

When choosing an effective leadership coach, you want to ensure that you are going to get results. In an unregulated industry, it is very easy to get caught up in the hype of a savvy sales pitch or a professional looking website. But there are some simple questions to ask that can differentiate the good from the average, the true partner in developing your skills as a leader as opposed t...

23 Apr 2020

Despite the difficulties that COVID19 has brought to countries and economies and families, there is still a lot to be grateful for. Health and emergency services workers, Defence personnel and businesses staying open above and beyond normal hours to provide essential services for those in need. In our world, we are also grateful for those business owners, CEOs and Managers that we are wo...

14 Apr 2020

When our people and our business is in crisis mode - we can see our leadership and team development strengths ✅ (as well as our weaknesses ❌) much more clearly. 2 Things that will make a difference this week - assess your best and worst leadership skills and assess your best and worst team processes - then make necessary changes.We get to see the best and the worst of both. Now is th...

06 Apr 2020

Leaders can have an enormous impact of the wellbeing of their people - even when separated from their people by distance or circumstance. Use the power, authority and responsibility you have this week to impact the happiness and wellbeing of your team, your business and your family (both work and home). The positive impact it creates is more than worth the effort.#leaders #developin...

01 Apr 2020

Wednesday is all about gratitude at Kameleons - Developing Leaders (it feels like everyday should be at the moment!), and we wanted to say a big thank you to Adrian Carter, Joe Perri and Julian Barton for your lovely words following the Velocity workshop and debriefs of the Velocity Leadership CheckPoint. It is wonderful to work with dedicated leaders that want to extend kn...

27 Mar 2020

https://vimeo.com/393376940 Don't less physical isolation be the excuse for putting off a conversation - they will be much harder down the road and take a much greater toll - on you and the person that is 'drifting'. No one likes big, difficult conversations with team members or family. To avoid them, focus on the little conversations - the ones where you know behaviour has move...