Learning specialist Hemsley Fraser have compiled a list of ten things leaders need to change in order to improve their performance and that of their organisation.
The advice includes: don’t make strategic plans unless you’re prepared to revise them quickly and often; and also practical advice such as, learn how to say no and develop your own resilience.
Valerie Nichols, an executive consultant at Hemsley Fraser, said: “If we look hard enough, each of us will invariably find something that we should stop doing that would improve our performance. It could be related to your attitude, the way you communicate, the way you treat other people, your self-awareness, how you delegate, how you deal with difficult people, how you respond to pressure or the example you set. Whatever it is, you probably already know about it. So, articulate it and make an active decision today to stop doing it.”