Leader’s Map Blog

  • What is your job?

    By on October 4, 2013

    Having coached many top executives I have found that a question they constantly grapple with is, “What is my job?” Understandably you might ask, if they don’t know what they are doing, then why are they there? The more senior your position, and particularly in the...

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  • What are your Key Roles in life?

    By on September 27, 2013

    If you want something to be done……. find a busy person. If you are a busy person (and effective) then you will be given more jobs to do. If you are taking the lead in one area, then it is likely that you will have leadership...

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  • What are your “Non-Negotiables” as a leader?

    By on September 20, 2013

    The USS Montana was somewhere in the Irish Sea. The sea was rough and visibility was very poor. A tense conversation took place between an American Captain of the USS Montana and an Irish Radio Operator. American: Again, this is the USS Montana requesting that you...

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  • How can I be different in my new job?

    By on July 22, 2013

    John Greenway, Leaders’ Map Taking on a new job is a fantastic way to “reinvent yourself”. Don’t get me wrong, you have been appointed because “you are you”. Your skills, abilities, experience and particularly your personality are precisely the reason why somebody has chosen to invest...

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  • What three questions can really help us to “get back on track”?

    By on July 10, 2013

    John Greenway, Leaders’ Map We have all at times, been diverted off-course or just plainly lost the route. It is part and parcel of the human condition.  It could be as a result of letting things drift, taking a wrong turn, putting off a critical decision,...

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