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Tuff Leadership Training Hungary Markets other than the usual - Hungary moved up 3 notches on the 2017 Bloomberg Innovation Index. We are curious about markets other than the usual “Western style” markets where the range of training and development options are vast and where corporations are spoiled for choice. Having visited cities like Bucharest, Warsaw, Riga and Budapest where the offering is not as developed, we wanted to see what impact we could ...
Silent migration – two perspectives - “What is happening out there?” This is the name of a new and already popular seminar from Tuff, which is about the strong winds blowing at the moment and the shift to a less hierarchical corporate culture that organisations are now facing. A side effect is a silent migration, happening under the radar. Competent and creative employees are escaping large ...
From toxic to creative - When Åsa Lundborg woke up one morning without hearing in one ear, she knew the cost of being an overprotective manager was too high and things needed to change. She was managing a department in a state of chaos who were suffering from insecurity, understaffing and a high rate of sick leave. In a couple of months, she succeeded in ...
#TuffLTchat: The power of feedback in organisations - This is a special post for Tuff Leadership Training’s first Twitter chat next Tuesday the 15th of November at 17:30 (GMT) ahead of our feedback workshop in London on the 8th of December. We can all agree that feedback is an essential skill in the workplace; both for individuals’ growth and development, and for effective teamwork. But it’s also something that ...
Tough Cards App: are you up for this Q&A? - Thought-provoking, challenging and exciting questions What do you do at a stiff dinner party? How to start a conversation that is not about the weather, work and golf? The Tuff Leadership Training App is the ultimate icebreaker. The challenging questions help you to connect on a deeper, more personal level. In a professional setting you can use the Tough Cards App to ...
tuff leadership training Polite or effective – it’s up to you! - Polite or effective – it’s up to you! Most workplaces don’t have an open and accepting culture. Instead of being frank and to the point, we’re “nice” to each other so as to avoid awkward or unpleasant situations. Unfortunately, this massively undermines our ability to be effective and ultimately hurts profitability. The fear of conflict, misplaced concern and stifled opinions ...
Make it work - Make it work The fact that The Econimists´ columnist Schumpeter writes about ”the team-trend” in the corporate world, shows how strong this movement is. Evaluating weather teamwork is efficient by the experience of teamwork in traditional organisations as Deloitte, as Leigh Thompson does in the article, is a mistake though. The big effect of teamwork occur when the team is ...
How come we get such good results at Tuff Leadership Training? - How come we get such good results at Tuff LeadershipTraining? Why does our training developing managers´ ability to lead in a more involving way work so well? One factor is our method which is developed from pure practice. We have been working to create self-organising teams for more than 15 years, and formed shaped ways to communicate and to relate ...
The world is changing - The world is changing The world has a new longing for some other way of leading and organizing our workplaces, since the one we had for a long time is not working so well any more. Future co-workers will look for modern workplaces where they get more freedom, but also more authority. This will involve a new way of management ...
The organisations of tomorrow are already here - Last week I had the privilege of participating in a conference here in Stockholm, a conference about leadership, alternative solutions to hierarchic organisations, and an agile way of working. There were several interesting speakers participating, among others James Priest who teaches organisations how to come to decisions in a non-hierarchic way – sociocracy and Meri Williams, the technician who has ...

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