Should accountability be at the heart of your coaching and mentoring processes?

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American mythologist Joseph Campbell’s studies into human myths and legends led him to identify a common pattern in global narratives relating to mentorship. In his book “The Hero’s Journey“, he explained that there is always a mentor in every great story, regardless of the culture or time. Continue reading

How to beat the odds and succeed with your plan…What’s Expected Gets Inspected

By Phil Kerrigan, TEC Chair The cost to businesses for such a high failure rate is enormous and at times fatal. I believe ‘leadership’ is a problem. In Peter Drucker’s seminal work Management, he said that management consisted of 4 elements – Planning, Organising, Control and Leadership. ‘Leadership’ is not an end unto itself. […] more

Leadership isn’t about the glory

By Trent Bartlett, TEC Chair – It’s a common misconception, both from the wider public and people within an organisation, that leaders lead a somewhat glamorous life. It’s an assumption that’s incorrect, and ignores many of the traits that people need to embody in order to be considered a great leader. […] more

How to stick to your New Year’s resolutions

By: TEC CEO mentor and executive coach Jerry Kleeman

For business leaders, the end of the calendar year is always a time that comes with a mix of relief at reaching the holiday season and excitement for the next 12 months. While this is when many traditional company functions slow down, it’s also when you need to be setting goals that can help to drive your organisation forward. Continue reading

From Atlassian to Zappos the writing’s on the wall…it’s the perfect storm for SMEs.

As we see the dawn of a new focus on innovation in our government, it’s the perfect time to look to enterprise to see what innovation looks like in action and how we can drive our businesses to take advantage of the new world which has arrived almost unannounced. Continue reading