Archive for October 2013

Success is progress

One of the key LMI concepts that we share with all our clients is based around this statement, first coined by our founder, Paul J. Meyer: “Success is the progressive realisation of worthwhile, predetermined, personal goals.” Success is progress. Progress towards a clear goal. A goal that has worth. A goal that is personal. In…

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Towards Investors In People

This week we saw the beginning of a very exciting new project, working with a national manufacturing company to achieve their goal of achieving the Investors In People standard. Our pilot group involves 8 managers from across the business, with varying levels of seniority, undertaking the LMI Effective Leadership Development programme. Plans are already afoot…

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Financial services & manufacturing leaders worst in UK

  The Financial Services and Manufacturing industries have the weakest leaders in the UK, according to a detailed study released this morning by Head Heart + Brain, a leadership development consultancy.     Telecoms leaders are the best bosses in UK 40% of financial services employees say their leaders have put them under a lot of stress in…

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Mo Ibrahim African leaders prize unclaimed again

The world’s most valuable individual prize – the Mo Ibrahim prize for good governance in Africa – has gone unclaimed yet again.  The $5m (£3.2m) prize is supposed to be awarded each year to an elected leader who governed well, raised living standards and then left office. This is the fourth time in five years…

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