How to take responsibility for your failures

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Owning up to your faux pas is daunting, but necessary if you want to cultivate a transparent, safe-to-fail company culture. Thom Dennis, CEO of Serenity in Leadership, explores how to acknowledge your blunders with dignity.

Leading ethically but how? A robust guide

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Where we could spend hours talking about leading ethically (conceptual), how do we actually do it (experiential) and how do we know we’re leading ethically? Karen Liebenguth shares a robust guide for leaders who want to lead with wisdom and compassion.

Assess candidates on potential impact, not personality

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Assessing candidates and employees on their potential to make a positive impact, rather than cultural fit, could be the most important people decision you ever make. Here, Nathan Ott, The GC Index, sets out five unique ways people can add value and how to uncover these proclivities in the recruitment process.

10 managerial blunders to avoid in 2024

To kick off 2024 with intent, leadership specialist Thom Dennis lays out the top ten leadership blunders to steer clear of as we move through the new year.

Nine qualities of cultural intelligence

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Hiring great talent for your organisation requires finding people with cultural intelligence. Thom Dennis, CEO of Serenity in Leadership Ltd, outlines the nine qualities found among those who possess this sought-after skill, so you can easily spot them among your candidates.

‘Rust out’ vs Burnout: What is the difference?

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Today marks Blue Monday – a day labelled the most depressing of the year. Psychologist and mental health expert Dr Audrey Tang lays out the signs and differences between burnout and companion term ‘rust out’, alongside how to address these issues.

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