Humane Leadership Open Forum – Free

Stephen Sloan Humane Leadership

We will meet online for a 1 hour in a confidential discussion of what challenges are real for you and how we might find humane paths to lead ourselves and our teams forward.

Our goals:

  • Support those most in need
  • Understand the truth, opportunity and learnings in our own challenges
  • Find what we have in common

To help us plan, please contact us to let us know your intention to join.

Please connect a bit early so that we can start on time and move quickly to creating value for each other.

We look forward to seeing you,

 

Humane Leadership Open Forum – Free

Stephen Sloan Humane Leadership

We will meet online for a 1 hour in a confidential discussion of what challenges are real for you and how we might find humane paths to lead ourselves and our teams forward.

Our goals:

  • Support those most in need
  • Understand the truth, opportunity and learnings in our own challenges
  • Find what we have in common

To help us plan, please contact us to let us know your intention to join.

Please connect a bit early so that we can start on time and move quickly to creating value for each other.

We look forward to seeing you,

 

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A More Humane (and Effective) Performance Review

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85% of employees are “not engaged” or are “actively disengaged,” according to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report.

We agree with Jim Harter that this points to a crisis of leadership.

How leaders drive performance is one source of this crisis. Aggressive leaders can push their teams to high performance in the short run but will drive away the best contributors over the long run. Great leaders build teams and team productivity simultaneously by creating great experiences based in great performance. Continue reading A More Humane (and Effective) Performance Review

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HLC Interview with Stephen Sloan

I think we have some serious questions about leadership before us that need our very best thinking – not one person’s best thinking, but the wisdom of the crowd.

We really need a new way of looking at our humanity if we’re going to deliver the greatest good for the greatest number going forward.

Stephen is the driving force inside the Humane Leadership Conference. He is also Managing Director of Sloan Value Partners, a management consultancy specialising in IT, sales and leadership development. Here are a variety of questions that begin to give us a sense of Stephen’s path here and what’s to come. Continue reading HLC Interview with Stephen Sloan