Learning organization

All learning takes place in the human mind and an organisation can learn only by learning from its members or by hiring new members who can contribute to its skills set (Locke and Jain, 1995). It is unrealistic to expect that haphazard or random learning will help an...

Leadership Results

If you use ‘’leadership results’’ (sales, revenue, sports victories, awards, etc.) as a measure of success and do not monitor or analyse the underlying leadership behaviour in terms of whether it is ethical or not, it’s impossible to say which of the two makes the...

General Theory of Leadership

A general theory of ethics in leadership is the understanding that what one culture considers ethical, another will find unethical. The fact that no set of behaviours is unanimously considered ethical and that terms like morality and ethics are often used...

Communication Tip

A typical formula, which sends a clear message to employees: Integrity and understanding should not be taken for granted; they are not part of the job description

Communication and leadership

Communication is vital, especially when it comes to the most challenging of all tasks: training organisations to adapt to change and learn ways of working more effectively. Decker Communications Inc. conducted an informal survey at gathering meeting of more than 400...