Leadership and culture are key foundations to support the increased productivity and performance demanded of organisations and individuals in our fast-changing workplaces. […]
Focusing on strengths is one of the greatest differences you can make to get the best from people and organisations. Sue Langley's recent LinkedIn blog explains why.
Let’s face it – developing new awareness, letting go of old habits and behaving in a new way is easy to say and much harder to do. That’s why traditional leadership training often falls short. […]
In a world first, CEO and founder of the Langley Group, Sue Langley, has been awarded the first Masters in the Neuroscience of Leadership from Middlesex University. […]
The higher an executive is promoted in an organisation, the more vital their strategic and interpersonal behaviours are to the success of their organisations and teams. Often success strategies that worked well on their way up need reinvention to achieve and sustain optimal performance in their new positions. To become a different kind of leader they often need to change ingrained habits and learn techniques to foster greater flexibility in others. Derailing leadership habits At the 2012 International Congress on Coaching Psychology, Dr Lew Stern, leader of Harvard Medical School’s Institute of Coaching, highlighted common habits  he encounters that can [...]