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HUMAN ENERGY IS THE GREATEST RENEWABLE RESOURCE

09-Jul-2012 - Les Hayman The dictionary defines renewable energy as “any naturally occurring, theoretically inexhaustible source of energy, such as biomass, solar, wind, tidal, wave, and hydroelectric powerthat is not derived from fossil or nuclear fuel.” I was in India ... Lesen Sie mehr »

WHAT DEFINES A GREAT JOB

26-May-2014 - Les Hayman I recently had the privilege of speaking to a group of young business graduates in London about how to manage their careers. It was an exciting couple of hours for me, and helped to reinforce my belief that every generation is smarter, more excit... Lesen Sie mehr »

HOW TO IDENTIFY A FUTURE LEADER

21-Apr-2014 - Les Hayman “In the C-suite, the need to develop and implement a plan for leadership succession is one of the most frequently discussed topics. Yet the overwhelming majority of companies have done little about it.” Wayne F. Cascio I have found that most comp... Lesen Sie mehr »

WHEN YOU KNOW IT IS TIME TO CHANGE YOUR BOSS

14-Apr-2014 - Les Hayman “Kill my boss ? Do I dare live out the American dream ?” American actor and writer Dan Castellaneta Every boss has their own style and their own set of strengths and weaknesses. It is rare to actually find a boss who is perfect and maybe the best... Lesen Sie mehr »

BUSYNESS OR BUSINESS … THAT IS THE QUESTION

17-Feb-2014 - Les Hayman “Some people can look so busy doing nothing that they seem indispensable”. American cartoonist and journalist Kin Hubbard (1868-1930) I was interested to read recently that Goldman Sachs has announced that it will lessen the workload for its bank... Lesen Sie mehr »

THE ART OF MANAGEMENT

10-Feb-2014 - Les Hayman “Art is the proper task of life”. German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) I have in the past written about where management skill should sit in the palette of business acumen (see “Management … is it an art or a science” posted Septemb... Lesen Sie mehr »

LEADERS BUILD LEADERS

02-Dec-2013 - Les Hayman I have long believed that one of the key measures for any senior manager should be whether s/he is a net creator of talent for their organisation. It is also critical that this focus is not only to build the skills of people in their own area of ... Lesen Sie mehr »

THE LESSONS THAT MANAGERS CAN LEARN FROM SINGAPORE

23-Sep-2013 - Les Hayman I have been a big fan of Singapore, and in particular of its founder Dr. Lee Kwan Yew, since I first visited the island in 1977. I had the privilege of living and working there for over 6 years, before being transferred to Europe, and after an ab... Lesen Sie mehr »

LEADERSHIP IS A SUBTLE ART

22-Jul-2013 - Les Hayman “A leader is best when people barely know he exists. When his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.” Lao Tzu, founder of Taoism. Author: Page 72 of Edward Theodore Chalmers Werner’s Myths and Legends of China on Pro... Lesen Sie mehr »

WHY MANAGEMENT TRAINING RARELY WORKS

01-Jul-2013 - Les Hayman It’s what you learn after you know it all that really counts. I have long been of the opinion that most formal corporate management training sessions actually deliver very little real benefit to the participants, beyond making them feel good abou... Lesen Sie mehr »

THE MANAGEMENT ART OF MUCKING OUT HORSE STABLES

10-Jun-2013 - Les Hayman “Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success.” Dale Carnegie (1888-1955), American author, trainer and lecturer. As we are the enthusiastic owners of two horses, I regularly... Lesen Sie mehr »

CAN WOMEN LEAP HIGHER UP THE MANAGEMENT LADDER

20-May-2013 - Les Hayman “For real change, we need feminine energy in the management of the world. We need a critical number of women in positions of power, and we need to nurture the feminine energy in men.” Written by Isabelle Allende, world famed Chilean author. Autho... Lesen Sie mehr »

A DUMMY’S GUIDE TO OFFICE POLITICS

06-May-2013 - Les Hayman “The person who says “I’m not political” is in great danger, as only the fittest will survive, and the fittest will be the ones who understand their office’s politics”. Jean Hollands (US Trainer and Coach). Politics in the workplace is a fact of ... Lesen Sie mehr »

MOVING AT THE SPEED OF SHELF LIFE

15-Apr-2013 - Les Hayman The dictionary defines shelf life as “the length of time that foods, beverages, pharmaceutical drugs, chemicals and many other perishable items are given before they are considered to be unsuitable for sale, use or consumption”. Author: Jü (own w... Lesen Sie mehr »

ANGER IN MANAGEMENT

13-Aug-2012 - Les Hayman “In a controversy, the instant we feel anger, we have already ceased striving for truth and have begun striving for ourselves.” Theologian Abraham J. Heschel (1907-1972) Anger is a human process that has been felt by most normal people at some ti... Lesen Sie mehr »

WHAT THEY DON’T TEACH YOU ABOUT PEOPLE

07-May-2012 - Les Hayman Business schools may be great at teaching people how to read a balance sheet, calculate net present value, internal rate of return and discounted cash flow, but they do not seem to do a great job at teaching future “masters of the universe” that ... Lesen Sie mehr »

HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN YOU SHOULD STEP ASIDE ?

02-Apr-2012 - Les Hayman I have always believed that someone in a senior executive role, particularly a CEO, should not stay in the job for more than about 5-6 years, as I believe that everything that you will do after that is likely to be just a rerun, and you will also... Lesen Sie mehr »

ENGAGEMENT HAS A NICE RING TO IT

05-Mar-2012 - Les Hayman I have long found it worrying that all of the numerous studies of employee engagement point to the fact that at any one point in time, in most companies, only about one-third of employees are fully engaged, with about one-third partially engaged,... Lesen Sie mehr »

HR … WHAT’S HR GOT TO DO WITH INNOVATION? ISN’T THAT R&D?

04-Oct-2010 - Les Hayman Why is it that when you talk about innovation most people can’t look beyond product innovation? It’s a wonderful thing to have superior products, particularly if you can create products that people just love to have and to use, like Apple. My wi... Lesen Sie mehr »

CONGRATULATIONS … YOU’RE A HIGH POTENTIAL … HERE IS YOUR TATTOO

26-Jul-2010 - Les Hayman Ever since Jack Welch told the world something along the lines of “ … look after the top 10% because they create the magic ..”, every company has put some effort into implementing a “High Potential” or “Top Talent” programme (Pesto effect ?), tha... Lesen Sie mehr »

I LIVE TO WORK OR I WORK TO LIVE

05-Jul-2010 - Les Hayman The great thing about being a Manager is that you only have one primary objective. All you have to do is to create an environment where people can be unbelievably successful. I understand that this is easier to say than to do, but it’s not a bad ... Lesen Sie mehr »

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