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Get the latest inspiration and new knowledge in our collection of articles within themes that are of greatest current significance to organisations. All articles are focused on best practice, benchmarks, breakthrough research and trends within leadership development. Our releases are published both in-house and in external media.

Technology can be a competitive edge…

…but only if executives are equipped to unlock its full potential. New technologies will change every part of our businesses and make it possible to reach new heights – if we figure out how to leverage it in our context. To survive and thrive, top management levels must be knowledgeable about…

Good for business: how Psychological Safety can transform teams

Psychological Safety not only encourages trust and innovation in teams, but increases overall business performance. “Psychological Safety is present when team members speak up and share what they are thinking openly, in an environment where ideas are listened to and respected”

Influencing others – or the art of getting things done!

More and more of our organisations are becoming flatter, hierarchies are crumbling and matrixes are everywhere. The ability of a manager to give instructions and to quote Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek “make it so, number one” is eroding as cultures shift and as millennials come to dominate the work…

Misconceptions of coaching as a manager

I often run into the same set of misconceptions about coaching so I thought that I would take a moment and address three of the most common ones that I come across.

I want to be an internal coach…what should I consider?

Becoming an internal coach within a company is a profession that is growing. More and more, companies are seeing the value in developing their own internal team of coaches as they understand the value and impact that coaching can have on business growth and professional development.

Surfing uncertainty – allowing for new perspectives in an increasingly complex work environment

A quote, often attributed to Albert Einstein, defines insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. This makes perfect sense to Client Director Joakim Eriksson. In fact, it is one of the key reasons why modern day leaders need to work on their personal capacity to handle increasingly complex environments. Not by fighting uncertainty, but by embracing it – surfing it, to be precise.

Four trends defining the future of work

We are Mannaz Youth Advisory Board. As young academics and professionals we reflect and comment on various themes such as the future of work, contemporary challenges of leadership and new organisational structures. Based on our own experiences, anticipations and perspectives, this first article reflects our thoughts and comments on the future of work, as our generation moves into contemporary organisational life.

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