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How many of your leaders out there have KPIs around the fitness, health and well being of your teams? Seems illogical to me that so many people completely forget about this in business.  Your role as a leader is to create a high performance environment where success in inevitable. The fitness, health and well being of your teams is a vital part of this. We have a duty of care to ensure our staff are supported. Modern lifestyle is holding business...
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Many leadership programmes start by teaching people how to lead others, this is so wrong! From my experience of developing many great leaders over the past 21 years the starting place has to be with self awareness. Developing your leadership capability starts with you, hence my very poor attempt of a catchy headline!Being 100% authentic is a key aspect of successful leaders and a key aspect to your success in today’s world. Today we have to work ...
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Have you ever wondered why we have set up our education system based on Industrial Age thinking? Let me ask you a question, “What locations were the subjects at your school taught? Were they in different classrooms and taught by different specialist teachers?How are old world MBA’s taught…Module 1 Strategy, Module 2 Marketing, Module 3 Finance etc. with different professors running each session, probably saying that their subject is the most impo...
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Get off your phone ... be present, look people in the eye, challenge people, ask questions, be in the moment. Get out from behind your desk ... be where the real action is happening. Get off the hamster wheel ... be comfortable with silence, thinking, reflecting, learning, and anticipating. They are all tasks you should be doing. Graham Wilson, Leadership Expert and Authorgraham.wilson@thesuccessfactory.co.uk
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Leadership Laid Bare is the fastest, easiest and most reliable system for improving your leadership capability ... even if you are really busy!It comes with a WARNING … it could RADICALLY CHANGE the way you LEAD!Leadership Laid Bare is a handbook for leadership visionaries and game changers; it’s not for the faint hearted. It is for people who want to challenge the way organisations are led and want to make a contribution in leading the way. The ...
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I'm sure you have noticed that our world is changing quickly; and how leaders need to operate is changing to. The sad fact is that many are still operating in old ways and haven't caught up with what is required in today's world. You can feel that by how many people are so unhappy in the work place. I see a great deal of the left hand side of the graphic below being delivered. We need to change that! So on which side do you operate?  Not sure, th...
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I was reminded the other day about one of my favourite stories. We were talking about where you look as leaders for solutions. Sometimes it is important to look outside your own world for ideas, examples of how other people have solved your challenge or opportunity. It is also important to gain insights from looking at what you have too. Many times I have seen consultants brought in by senior leaders when the people on the front line have all the...
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I loved Paloma Faith's speech at the BRITs 2015 the other evening. “Flaws are what make people human and I don’t claim to be perfect, and I make so many mistakes and I’m a bumbling wreck. But I’m just so grateful and I might never be up here again, which is why I want to dedicate this to all the underdogs and the grafters who work bloody hard.”It made we think about a story a share on my leadership programmes. Two Pots: A perfect tale of perfect...
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When I am teaching leaders how to plan, prepare and conduct a meeting that inspires action I start with drawing what a meeting should look like and what normally happens. Here is an example of one I drew the other day...How do you run your meetings....green or red? If you want to find how to make your meetings rock email me, you won't regret it. Just think how much more effective you will be, and how much more time you will have! Graham Wilson, L...
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Graham Wilson: Awakening Possibility in Leaders
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Hi, I'm Graham Wilson, Leadership Catalyst. I believe there is a new way to lead an organisation.  I'm starting a revolution to change the way leaders behave. I work with forward thinking organisations around the World to improve performance through effective leadership.

I'm passionate about making a real difference through pragmatic leadership development linked to the realities of work. 

Leadership Catalyst and pioneer in high performance organisations

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Founder of the Leadership Revolution
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    1973 - 1978
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