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The Importance of Relationships In Achieving results

As a professional person you have the potential to deliver great results. Of course no matter how good you are personally you can only achieve so much working in isolation. If you are to really deliver to your potential, it is vital that you get the support and buy-in of others. This sounds simple in […]

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What Type Of Leader Do You Want To Be?

As a leader there are plenty of demands on you.  It just goes with the territory.  You will always have targets to meet, stakeholders to satisfy and the likes.  At times this will test and stretch you to the limit. While leaders need to deliver, there is also the question of what type of leader […]

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The Key Components To Being A Good Leader

Ever stood on the outside watching your boss and thought how you could do a much better job?  In truth we probably have at some point or other in our career. You see when you are not in a leadership role it all seems so straightforward.  On the other hand when you are in the […]

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What Makes You A Good Leader?

When was the last time you sat down and really thought about this?  If you are like most people never or the last time you were preparing for a job interview. When I am working with leaders and I pose this question initially they come up with all the buzz words.  Someone who inspires, visionary, […]

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Video Blog: What Is Leadership?

Just created a short video blog post sharing my perspective. Take a look and leave your thoughts on what is leadership. Duncan Brodie helps accountants and professionals make the transition to being highly effective leaders.

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5 Reasons To Avoid Assumptions As A Leader

As a leader, it can sometimes feel like you need to have all the answers to all of the problems and challenges. Truth is that even the best leaders can only know so much and is why they build teams to deliver results. On the other hand, if you don’t leverage the team you don’t […]

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Leadership Lessons From Andy Murray’s Wimbledon Success

Andy Murray became the first British tennis player in 77 years to win Wimbledon.  It’s an amazing achievement for him personally and a lift for the whole of the country.   While reflecting on his achievement, what was clear that there were many lessons that leaders could learn from his victory.   There Is No […]

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