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Achieving Some Early Wins As A New Leader

You have just been promoted into a leadership role. Natuarally you are keen, enthusisatic and desperate to make an impact. On the other hand it is just as easy to blow it. So how can you get the balance right and making the right impact without blowing it. Duncan Brodie helps accountants and professionals to […]

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10 Struggles Facing New Leaders

Moving into a leadership role for the first time should be a time of celebration. Yet often, once the initial excitement dies, it can feel like a real struggle. So what would I highlight as 10 struggles facing new leaders?

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Transitioning To Leadership: How Senior And Middle Managers Spend Their Time

If you are a middle manager it is easy to fall into the trap of believing that as you move into senior management you will be doing a very similar role.

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5 Traps For New Leaders

What would you add to this list?

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Successfully Transitioning To Leadership

One of the biggest transitions that you will face in your career is successfully transitioning to a leadership role. In this short video I will be sharing my tips on successfully transitioning to leadership. If you have some great tips to add to make the transition successful please go ahead and leave a comment.

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From Manager To Leader: Making The Mindset Shift

Taking your first step into leadership is probably one of the biggest career steps that you make. While it is vital to learn about the tools and techniques of leading, it is also important to pay attention to making the mindset shift. So what do I mean by making the mindset shift? I mean mentally […]

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5 Quick Tips for Transitioning To Leadership

You have just heard the good news that you have secured your first leadership role.  You probably feel a combination of elation and possibly even a bit of apprehension.  So what are my 5 quick tips for transitioning to leadership?   Quick Tip 1:  Do some research   As the new leader you need to […]

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