This article appeared in NZLawyer magazine in April 2013. Inclusive leadership By Diana Ayling, LLB, Chartered Secretaries New Zealand Inc The New Zealand Productivity Commission lists a number of factors affecting the attainment of productivity in different countries. Its website … Continue reading
Often in public and work life we see judgement clouded by personal loyalty. So when choosing new members of the team are you looking for competence above loyalty? What are the consequences of choosing loyalty over competence? What do we know … Continue reading
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Great business leaders know that there is a lot more to becoming a leader than simply being assigned to the role of manager. A manager is primarily an administrator. The job of a manager is to run a section, group … Continue reading
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