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  • Coaching, a critical leadership skill to build empowered teams!

    This hat empowers team members to find the answers within, growing confidence, igniting autonomy, setting As one leader put it, it gives team members the confidence to see what they already know, to use what It encourages self-discovery and helps team members derive meaningful lessons from their experiences. Tip: When you notice a team member paining over a choice, offer them space to self-reflect. PeopleQ are executive coaches, skilled in 1-2-1 and team coaching.

  • The secret sauce to a thriving team.

    only improves your chances of getting each hire right, and hiring for culture, it also in the long term

  • Are you really accountable for culture without visibility?

    Turning this into useful data for leaders and teams can be quite cumbersome as well as some of the data

  • Understand your team's culture

    create change and performance uplift with PQfactor

  • Harnessing the collective wisdom of teams; collaboration @work

    yet the problems we’re solving are multidisciplinary and require working together across specialist teams Combined, you’re a stronger team than what you would be with the same strengths and skills. Unlocking the collective wisdom of teams requires Leaders to be clear on the team's purpose as well as and that each team member can participate and contribute equally. leveraging the richness of different viewpoints, harnessing the team’s collective wisdom.

  • How the New York Marathon shaped my leadership, inspiring PeopleQ.

    Nine weeks before the marathon I had a level 2 tear to my calf muscle and was told it would be near impossible

  • The GLUE in teams

    "Trust has two dimensions: competence and integrity. We can forgive mistakes of competence. Mistakes of integrity are harder to overcome." Simon Sinek. When this appeared in my feed, it started the wagon turning. Is there only 2 elements to trust. The research, like leadership and EQ, has different models of Trust floating around. Regardless of the words used in these models, I like to break TRUST into 5 elements; COMPETENCE is one, some models describe this as Able ( ABCD model of Trust). INTEGRITY, sometimes described as sincerity is absolutely a key element. Dependable or RELIABLE is the third CARE or Connection (lets wrap this up as empathy) is a fourth element The neuroscience of trust I see as the 5th element There are many experts on Trust, Paul Zak is absolutely one of the standouts, Judith Glaser's C-IQ model, Ken Blanchard to name a few. Regardless of what Trust is or isn't, it's developed and lost at different speeds for us. I am a trust giver, you get it up front until events occur for me to question that Trust. Sometimes referred to as Blind Trust. It takes a lot, but once it's lost, it's hard to ever regain my trust. Other's are less distrusting upfront, and it takes a while before you gain their Trust, but once you have it, it can remain for long periods of time. Some elements we forgive faster than others. Some elements, once lost, well you can now see why relationships in organisations are filled with friction when politics interferes with integrity. And the 5th, the neuroscience, is conscious awareness of how our words create worlds, and how we can adapt our leadership style to ensure the stage is set for Trust to be cultivated. C-IQ. Why is this critical to leadership? Whilst EQ is the skill that enables us to see ourselves and others clearly, TRUST is the glue that holds it together. As a leader, understanding the elements of TRUST will help us see when the waters get murky. We notice a disruption in a relationship, was TRUST impacted and how. We are playing a little bit of politics, how is this impacting our integrity. We dont keep promises, do our actions show we care. Knowledge raises awareness because we just activated the RAS. And awareness raises self reflection. Melina is a C-IQ practitioner.  To find out more about how to bring C-IQ to your conversations email us melina@peopleq.com.au

  • leading and teaming = C.U.L.T.U.R.E

    It results from how we lead and how we team. To change culture, consider changing how we lead and team. action can we take; - Get clear on expectations, together, united - Share your future dreams and set team meaning - Take time to recognize good work, regularly - it's also a great gratitude practice - Let your team play center stage in the business And Trust, for me, is a hygiene factor, an essential first step in teaming

  • Key ingredients to team success

    I was reading about the science behind the most successful teams, and it seems that a key ingredient team. Members have side conversations within the team. In other words, all team members talk to each other. 5. Members explore outside the team, and bring back information to share with other team members.

  • So what is Executive Coaching?

    There is a formal contract, there is structure to how often and how long, there is a measure at the start Are you wanting to do more to engage your teams? Are you struggling with communication or conflict?

  • Employee Engagement tools: What not to do!

    The insights generated from this collection of data is useful not only to quickly gauge team and employee It’s predicted that bringing teams together regularly to brainstorm enhances the sense of connection, up on feedback as a way to build trust and team rituals. Culture tools should encourage leaders, teams and organisations to think deeply about what the team Practice: Nurture what’s in your control by prioritising productive team conversations.

  • The RISE of digital tools to inspire workplace CULTURE.

    I was part of both dysfunctional and thriving teams and often team members were unchanged. So as many leaders do, I asked my teams the big sweeping question about how they’re feeling at work and In more recent times, as the world increasingly digitizes, we’ve asked teams to convert their responses The tool alone is not the answer, it's how leaders are supported to work with their teams and the tool Creating space for team members to have continuous deeper conversations, checking in, sharing new ideas

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