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March 2020

Hello and welcome to the March edition of our Monthly Leadership Tips for 2020: your 'once a month'  'bite-sized' chunks of practical leadership wisdom!

This month's 'Leadership Bite' shares a model called the 'Wheel of Change' that we came across in Marshall Goldsmith's book Triggers. In our work, we are regularly supporting leaders in their efforts to improve their practice, and this simple visual is powerful in helping to highlight the choices people can make along this path.

Following the same format of previous Leadership Bites, this one also uses the simple format of sharing one of our simple info-visuals, then it provides a brief overview of the concept, why it is useful and how to apply it. This 'bite' can be saved and printed off as a PDF. Feel free to use it in team meetings, coaching sessions or workshops! We then also share two blogs that we think you'll find of value.

This month we share :
  • Leadership Bites - the Wheel of Change
  • A recent post about the motivators to magnify and those demotivators to avoid
  • A link to a previous DiA Discoveries posts - sharing what we have found to be the 9 keys to successful collaboration
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We also use the content we share each month, in the work we do in our consulting practice. Feel free to get in touch to find out more about anything in this newsletter or other blogs on our website.  Enjoy!

Melanie and Paul Eyres

Leadership Bites

The Wheel of Change

Click the button below for a PDF version of this info visual and a short video with a description of the concept, why it is useful and how to apply it.

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Motivators to magnify

Click here to see a link to an article that outlines a comprehensive review of the vast landscape of academic research into the key motivators that drive organisational performance.

In essence the study identifies 3 key motivators that increase performance and 3 de-motivators that hurt organisational performance.

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9 keys to successful collaboration


Click here to see our post sharing the results of action research into the drivers to successful collaboration, and practical tips to actively drive successful collaboration at work. This information provides us with a really useful list or lens that is helpful in either planning for collaboration or diagnosing problems in relationships where collaboration is not quite working.
 
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Some recent assignments

  • We kicked off a new DiA Leadership Circles program - the second cohort for this organisation
  • We ran some customised programs supporting building great workplace relationships, coaching skills and managing remote teams
  • Ran a leadership team development workshop where the team defined its purpose, role and behaviours
  • Ran a branch workshop which included a session on identifying ‘energy boosters’ during a period of uncertainty
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