Leadership & Empowerment

A conversation with Professor Bruce Lloyd, South Bank University, London

My thanks to Professor Bruce Lloyd, London South Bank University, for a great meeting last week. It was such a lovely day in London, warm and sunny. As I walked beside the Royal Festival Hall basked in the warm sun, I felt a feeling of creativity inside. What would it be, I thought? Another book or an idea of a workshop, …

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EURASIA Conference Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Campus de la Ciutadella, Barcelona, Spain

My thanks to #EURASIA, International Conference on Research in Social Science and Humanities (ICRSSH), for inviting me to deliver the ‘Keynote’ address and to Preside over this prestigious conference in Barcelona, as a conference chair and discussant. The title of my keynote was ‘Global Crisis in Leadership – Challenges and Perspectives in the context of …

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Effective utilisation of human resources is a strategic issue for organisations

The competitive nature of the global market place and business environment has made effective utilisation and retention of human resources a strategic issue for organisations. There is a growing realisation that traditional hierarchical ‘command and control’ organisations are struggling to meet the increasing demands for flexibility and quality in order to meet customer demands and …

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Would you trust or allow your employees to take decisions at work?

During an employee empowerment interview, one company leader said to me, ‘We all make big decisions in our lives; we buy cars, houses, we rear families, we make decisions about their education, employment and many other things, so why do we think people can’t take decisions at work?’ He also supplied answers to the question …

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Create an Employee Empowerment Culture. People are the most important assets of an organisation.

People are the most important assets of an organisation. Succeeding through the ‘Talent of People’ is one of the fundamental concepts of EFQM (European Foundation for Quality Management). However, an important point is that organisations need to nurture and create an environment which enables to free the talent of people and one of the ways …

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Does the rhetoric of empowerment drop on your head at every turn like ‘confetti’?

(LinkedIn sent me a note saying that publishing shorter posts and more often is better than waiting for the perfect draft. Thank you LinkedIn. That is actually quite inspiring)! In the next few posts, I will write about employee empowerment, a subject that I have studied and researched for a number of years, interviewed people …

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