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16 10, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.233: Leaders don’t yell

By | October 16th, 2017|Leadership, Wisdom for the Week|

No.233: Leaders don't yell Remember how calmly Apollo 13 Command Module Pilot Jack Swigert stated: "Okay, Houston, we've had a problem here"? Confident, competent, effective leaders don't need to yell. They strive to achieve their objectives without using angry emotions to signify urgency. Surgeons don't [...]

6 10, 2017

MRA Leadership Forum

By | October 6th, 2017|Change Management, Leadership|

Mineral Resources Authority Leadership Forum 2017 The Mineral Resources Authority of Papua New Guinea invited me to be a guest speaker at their 2017 Leadership Forum. The purpose of the leadership forum is to assist MRA's senior managers to tackle the difficult issues around change [...]

8 09, 2017

Luxury Executive Weekend Soon To Be Announced

By | September 8th, 2017|Leadership, Peregrinations & Postcards|

The Ultimate Executive Learning Event I have designed the Ultimate Executive Learning Event. A long weekend (Friday evening to Sunday afternoon) with a group of 5 plus me, Ric Willmot discussing business, philosophy, globalisation, work/life balance, and whatever else takes your interest. You will be [...]

18 08, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No. 111 — What are you working on?

By | August 18th, 2017|Leadership, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 111 — What are you working on? When you're asked what you're working on, are you excited, enthusiastic and proud to share your answer? You better hope you are. Otherwise, why are you doing it? Why are you there? Why are you persisting? No [...]

13 07, 2017

Managers Becoming Leaders in Kokopo

By | July 13th, 2017|Leadership|

Making Leaders Out of Managers in Kokopo A great day's work in Kokopo, Papua New Guinea presenting a program to a group of enthusiastic and motivated people seeking new knowledge on how they can become better leaders within their organisations. In my work coaching and [...]

10 07, 2017

Leadership Strategy

By | July 10th, 2017|Leadership|

A leader’s role is to be the strategist-in-chief. To do that, you have to let go of the details and adopt a broader mindset. New executives tend to charge right in, itching to make their mark. New leaders might shake things up with a major [...]

4 07, 2017

Willmot’s Weekly Wisdom No. 9 — Yes if it’s important

By | July 4th, 2017|Leadership, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 9 — Yes if it's important If you are talented, smart and hardworking, people want more of you. The requests for help, advice and invested effort of you, increasingly encroach upon your own work and life. Of course, these people always ask you nicely. [...]

16 06, 2017

Best in Executive Leadership Training

By | June 16th, 2017|Change Management, Leadership|

Best in Executive Leadership Training: Ric Willmot Cam Oliver Lemmon recommends Ric Willmot as the best for Executive Leadership Training "If you want THE very BEST in Executive Leadership Training in all areas, Ric Willmot is the man to follow."

9 05, 2017

Winning is marginal at best

By | May 9th, 2017|Leadership, People Performance|

Winning by margins and degrees At 211 degrees Fahrenheit, water is hot. At 212 degrees Fahrenheit, it boils. From the boiling water, you get steam, which can power an electricity power station. One extra degree makes an awful lot of difference in results and outcomes. [...]

25 04, 2017

An Odd Conundrum of Leadership

By | April 25th, 2017|Leadership|

Guest post by Craig Landes: An Odd Conundrum of Leadership Let's suppose we have a charismatic leader, someone who manages to always be the apparent decision-maker in situations. Let's further suppose that we discover this leader first in a social setting, not a business environment. A [...]