Australasian Leadership Institute Free Articles : July 2020
I am a former Broker Sales Manager and an Operations Manager who is now working as a leadership coach, consultant and strategist across four key areas:
- Leadership of successful teams
- Optimisation of mental performance
- Leadership psychology
- High performing teams
Within these areas, I design, coach and facilitate bespoke leadership development programmes for individuals and teams including managers of all levels, directors, executives, professional athletes and aspiring leaders. My clients include the Delegates of the European Union, The Fred Hollows Foundation in Timor-Leste, the Fiji Sun newspaper, Lakes DHB, Kmart and Foodstuffs.
I am listed by Evan Carmichael as one of the top 100 leadership experts in the world to follow on Twitter.
When I design leadership programmes I draw from my twenty five years of managerial experience across a range of industries in the United Kingdom and here in New Zealand. I am accepted in the MBTI suite of tools and I am a professional member of NZAPT (New Zealand Association of Psychological Type) NZIM (New Zealand Institute of Management) and NZATD (New Zealand Association of Training & Development). I am a published author of two leadership books and I've had articles published in a range of magazines including Lifestyle for Men Magazine, M2, New Zealand Management Magazine as well as having a weekly business column with the Fiji Sun Newspaper. I am the current editor of Elite Leadership magazine.
If you want practical effective coaching and facilitation based on a foundation of modern leadership theories then get in touch via Twitter, the enquiry form below or call me direct on 021 354 831 (New Zealand)
Do you have a boss who doesnt listen to feedback? Do you have a Boss who believes it is never their fault when things go wrong? Have you ever wondered why there are such a few good leaders? If you have then you are not alone. In a survey conducted by the Australasian Leadership Institute, less than one in ten (9%) of employees felt that they worked for an excellent leader and nearly one in three (32%) believed they worked for a poor leader.Posted: Thursday 23 July 2020
This week I want to share with you the story of Adrian McKinty. If you are wondering who he is, that is fine because not many people have heard his story which is very relevant to many people at this particular time. Dealing with failure is difficult at any time but when failure comes despite hours and hours of hard work and commitment, it can be demoralising and its understandable if your natural reaction is to give up which is why I what to share the story of Adrian McKinty.Posted: Tuesday 7 July 2020