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Leadership

Steve Jobs: A Lesson in How Focus Foils Failure

Steve Jobs was a visionary. (Perhaps not in a fashion sense, but in other, more important ways, which is how he got away with wearing turtleneck sweaters.)

Everyone who can spell ‘í’ knows his legacy: He took ..

Tips From Australia’s Best: Become An Industry Leader

If you tried to contact us last week you may have noticed we were not at our usual location. Instead we have been conferencing at the stunning Peninsula event space at Central Pier, Docklands.

Team Tenfold attended the “Australia Bu…

It Doesn’t Have To Be Lonely At The Top

Which of these best describes your situation as a small or medium size business owner?

1. Ahh, I’m living the dream… working the hours I want, logging in at the beach, driving the new Merc, it doesn’t get any better than …

Leadership, Game of Thrones style: one size does NOT fit all

Like many people, I’ve just finished watching the fourth season of Game of Thrones. And like many workplaces, the plots and characters have been a hot topic around the coffee machine in our business coaching practice.

Controlling vs. Managing Your Business: which is best? The answer may surprise you…

Most people would get greater comfort from the idea of being in control – after all the implication of not being in control, is being out of control – and who wants to be there? If you are managing, it implies that you are getting by, doin…

Cricket captaincy clash: Clarke vs Smith. Which leadership style will win?

Those that know me know that I’m an avid cricket fan. Every Boxing Day you’ll find me watching the Boxing Day test at the MCG and tuned in for the rest of the series. So it is with great interest that I have been reading the recent medi…

Which ‘good to great’ leadership skills can I skip?

As a business coach I recommend that my clients read ‘Good to Great’ by Jim Collins. Collins is synonymous with the term “high-performance organisation”. He has spent the past 20 years trying to understand how and why some companies are a…