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The role of the leader in leading by example

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HC Online | 14 Jul 2010, 12:00 AM Agree 0
Recent examples have proven that business leaders are nothing if not fallible. Ricky Nowak provides some tips on the key qualities that business leaders must demonstrate to create robust organiations and people
  • Jon Temby | 16 Jul 2010, 01:18 PM Agree 0
    Thankyou for the valuable insights to effective leadership.

    These approaches are also necessary for the development of effective safety cultures, nurturing discretionary safety thinking as well as practical efforts towards personal and colleague safety.

    The leaders of organisations who demonstrate a concern for and support initiatives to improve the safety and welfare of employees and others and who demonstrate zero tolerance for poor safety behaviours tend to become more successful in all other business functions. This flow on effect is a result of that ledership behaviour resulting in better safety performance, morale, retention rates, productivity and discretionary effort
  • Nik Vukcevic | 19 Jul 2010, 10:20 AM Agree 0
    I feel that these are the key qualities of an effective leader. We are all managers of one thing or another... we certainly are not all natural leaders.
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