Safety Lessons from the Golden Gate Bridge

Safety Lessons from The Golden Gate Bridge Joseph Strauss was the Chief Engineer on San Francisco’s iconic suspension bridge.  He was involved from the outset, oversaw the build on a daily basis, and brought the project in ahead of schedule and under budget. When construction began in 1933, The United States was still reeling from The Wall Street …

16 Traits of a Good Leader

          In business, people often confuse management with leadership, and the difference is subtle, but important. Leaders will always strive to get the best from their team, where managers will focus more on process and control. We thought it would be useful to put together a list of the acknowledged traits of great leaders, so you can see how …

A Useful Tool for Managers – The 100 Day Plan

It’s often said that the first 100 days in a new role is the critical time period for a manager. It is during this time that the manager establishes his or her standards both with their team and their own managers. Why 100 days? There’s a honeymoon period for any person starting a new role, but within 100 days, there should be every expectation …

Senior Management Leadership Development

Your’re the Driver we just Navigate you through the Course Fact:  Recent findings by AIM’s Management Capability Index 2013 reveals scope for Australian Managers to lift their performance in Organisational Capability and People Leadership.  In short we are great at getting the most out of our financial resources, hardware and software but …

Safety Culture Buzz or Buzz Off!

How would you rate your team? We shouldn’t forget that each person in our team comes with unique qualities and traits.  Our challenge is to put a group of diverse people together and lead them to perform consistently together.  Do you know that 70% of people who changed jobs say that their boss’s effectiveness was influential on their decision …