The CEO Eye Roll
Busy executives are time poor. Pressure is constant. Meetings chew up 75% plus of their time during the day and many work into the night. Meetings are the bane of executive life – Why are we here? What is the purpose of the meeting and…
What you need to know about public sector executive contracts
Last month we looked at how to get a fair deal in an Executive remuneration package and following on from that it is useful to examine what is actually in a contract of employment for public sector Executives.
Primal Living for Modern Life
It’s a new year and as tradition holds for many, the setting out of resolutions at the attempt at a better you. But how many of these actually stick? For me, it’s not about setting temporary goals that would be considered unsustainable long term but rather making small shifts that are more realistic in upholding.
60 seconds with Kevin Hardy – the first 100 days
I don’t know what the text books say about what you should do in the first 3 months /100 days after you take up your promotion to a new executive role, but here are a few thoughts gleaned from many meetings with senior executives and how…
Four questions to ask yourself before the year ends
There are four questions about 2017 I ask my Learning Set members and people I mentor. The first 2 are work related. The answers form the bases of setting their 2018 goals. Outlined below are the four questions, their explanation and some typical answers to…
So you want to get back in the saddle?
Last month I wrote a 60 second piece of advice on dealing with losing your job or being sidelined. It hit the mark for a lot of people and generated a lot of feedback from both sides of the equation.
60 Seconds with Paul Ingle – Who is Holding the Mirror?
Maybe it’s the time of the year but a little known service we provide has been running hot. Career Coaching. A confidential one to one for people in our network contemplating their next move.
Appreciative Inquiry – A Focus on Harnessing Organisational Strengths
In working with a couple of my sets over the past twelve months, where people have brought to the table issues associated with organisational change, I have found that there is an interest in the Appreciative Inquiry (AI) approach.
Ken Whelan on joining HardyGroup as a Set Facilitator
As a Registered Nurse originally then a Senior Manager in Health for 8 years then CEO roles for 20 years I look back on my career pre and post CEO and reflect on some of the things that made a difference for me. The one…
Lessons learnt: healthcare leadership from many cultural backgrounds
I have been very fortunate to have worked in the international environment for the last 10 years. This has given me practical experience of different leadership practices around the world. I am often asked how are we in Australasia different in our leadership experience?
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