10 April 2017 By Will Brodie
Change is the constant in today’s working world, and adapting to it means leaders need support for their ideas. They need ‘buy-in’.
Here's how Simon Dowling, author of Work With Me: How To Get People To Buy Into Your Ideas sums it up.
“You achieve better results when people go along with your ideas because they want to, not because they have to… It's not about using power and authority, it's about building support and commitment to your ideas and initiatives.”
21 March 2017 By Will Brodie
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These days, there’s fewer fire and brimstone speeches, more talk of delegation and empathy.
Nobody typifies this evolution to nuanced man-management more than Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley.
A driven perfectionist as a player and captain, Buckley still insists that working harder brings better results, but his take on how to do that has undergone a revolution.