Category Archives: Leadership

What Leaders Can Learn From Pearl Divers

Dig deeper. Look past the first right answer. Last weekend on my run, I glanced across the harbour and saw this view of a boat on the water. If we were to glance briefly at the photo, we would only see … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Why Senior Executives Should Blog

Today’s post is written by Amy Cunningham – a communications consultant specialising in blogging for businesses and senior executives. Amy is also my blog manager and the other half of The Leader’s Digest.  If I asked you which company CEO you would … Continue reading

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Oops! We Made A Mistake…

Recently I received an email from e-book company Kobo which started something like this: Oops! We Made A Mistake…We’re sorry – we messed up. We want to apologise for any confusion this may have caused… I was surprised at my … Continue reading

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4 Easy Ways To Oil Your Team’s Wheels

One of the best things about my job is the opportunity to learn vicariously. Here are just 4 simple things you can start doing today to improve the cohesiveness and general all round awesomeness of your teams: 1. Cut down … Continue reading

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Sasquatch Dan Video Update

Yesterday we published a guest post by Scott Duncan from Aspire Executive Search – which was, by the way, fantastic. HOWEVER, a few people have experienced technical difficulties in viewing the video within Scott’s post. If you were one of … Continue reading

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Leadership, Authenticity and Sasquatch Dan

Today it is my pleasure to welcome guest blogger Scott Duncan to The Leader’s Digest. Scott is the Co-Founder and Director of Aspire Executive Search –  a boutique, New Zealand-owned executive search consultancy. Now this is an interesting display of leadership. If your … Continue reading

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Why Leaders Should Welcome Discomfort

This week, my personal trainer pushed me harder than I have been pushed in a long while. To say I felt “some discomfort” in the days following that mammoth sesh was an understatement. This is me using a straw in … Continue reading

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