Category: Leadership Strategy

For all strategic planning and directing to achieve one or more goals, Shelfers provides latest posts to advice on the winning strategies businesses can you use to succeed.

How to become a great digital communicator

In today’s society where so many of our daily encounters take place behind a screen, it can appear as though we have lost our ability to communicate successfully with one another. Email replies that are late, unclear texts and awkward video chats…the list goes on. It’s true: without traditional body language to transmit – or […]

How to awaken compassion at work and what makes a better workplace

Do you feel overworked and disillusioned? Are you depressed and sick of the rat race? Are your co-workers looking at the clock as the end of the day approaches? Do you hear endless chatter about leaving for new greener pastures?  We are all aware and know what a poor company workplace feels, looks and sounds […]

Why leadership skills are important in the future of work

Leadership is the ability of an individual or an organisation to guide other individuals or teams or the whole organisation. It is both a research area and a practical skill which people should have. With the world becoming more transparent, more connected and more diverse, new leadership will definitely be needed for the future of […]

The philosophy of being a great leader

Today, too many people feel disenfranchised at work. It extends not only to entry-level positions but also up to the upper management. Psychology has helped us to figure out some of the reasons why we feel this way, but sadly many of the approaches that have been proposed do not bring results. Where psychology has […]

Ways on becoming an effective and respected leader

There is no business better than the teams’ success in it. How a team is led separates a dysfunctional team from an exemplary team. Unfortunately, too many teams lack enthusiasm and don’t work together effectively because they have managers who have a self-centred leadership approach. The interest of those managers in their team begins and […]

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