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Zenger & Folkman’s Leadership Tent – Character

By |2020-04-22T10:52:15+10:00March 2nd, 2015|Leadership development|

In our last blog post, we discussed the concept of the Leadership Tent, as introduced by Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman in their book “The Extraordinary Leader”. The Leadership tent is representative of the 5 key areas of effective leadership.  The poles of the tent represent key strengths of the individual leader – personal capabilities, [...]

Building a Coaching Culture in the Workplace

By |2020-04-22T10:52:15+10:00December 4th, 2014|Methodologies|

How we define ‘coaching’ makes all the difference to how we interpret the definition of a coaching culture. Primarily this is because different definitions of a coaching culture may focus on different aspects of whatever we define as ‘coaching’. Under most definitions,  a ‘coaching culture’ is generally said to be present when all members of [...]

The Top Five Themes and Insights of HR

By |2020-04-22T10:52:18+10:00April 29th, 2014|Methodologies|

There are a variety of issues, themes and insights that you will have to deal with as a HR professional. In 2012, Full Circle Feedback conducted a survey in which we examined the current priorities and practices of Australian HR Professionals that enable them to make informed decisions that reflected HR Best Practice and their [...]

Employee Involvement

By |2020-04-22T10:52:35+10:00December 13th, 2013|Leadership development|

It is crucial to your organisations productivity that employee involvement is present as it promotes commitment and ownership. It also creates an environment that encourages employee loyalty and motivation and will determine their productivity and success rate. We refer to employee involvement as creating an environment that encourages employees to take an active role in [...]

The Power of Goal Setting

By |2020-04-22T10:52:35+10:00November 29th, 2013|Methodologies|

Setting goals is a powerful action that will ensure you experience success and achieve desired outcomes. When you set goals, you lay out a set direction in which you should approach your organisations activities. When people set goals, they can often find that it is difficult to stick to them as time progresses. By considering [...]

The Principals of Employee Engagement

By |2020-04-22T10:52:36+10:00November 22nd, 2013|Leadership development|

In an ideal workplace, the working environment would be full of happy, contributing, productive and empowered employees. You would keep them informed, include them in decisions and trust them to do the right thing. You wouldn't limit them by withholding any tools or information, and in return they would gain a sense of empowerment. An [...]