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12 Commitments of Leadership

  • 10 February 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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12 Commitments of Leadership

Leadership is a large topic.  It is essential to those looking to influence positive change.  It is easy to see both effective and ineffective examples of leadership in action.  A great question to ask is "What makes the difference?" We think the difference comes down to understanding the practices and commitments of effective leadership. We have developed 6 practices and 12 commitments of Inspired Leadership based on the work of Kouzes and Posner.  We find that shining a light on these helps in being able to develop and implement effective leadership on a day to day basis.  You can see them below and then download your very own poster copy for free.  We suggest you display the practices and commitments poster where you will see it each day. We'd love to hear your feedback.  Does the Inspired Leadership poster demystify leadership for you?  Email us here.                                

2018 Australian Grain Leaders Announced

  • 8 February 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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2018 Australian Grain Leaders Announced

Participants for the 2018 Australian Grain Leaders Program (AGLP) have been announced.  National grain farmers representative body, GrainGrowers, announced the 11 participants and acknowledged it is pleased to have expanded the program for 2018 to include the whole of the supply chain in the grains industry. The 10th program will be launched in Canberra this week.  Jo Eady, Director of RuralScope Pty Limited and facilitator of this program said, "I am delighted to be facilitating the 10th industry leadership program for the Australian grains industry.  This years participants are from across most of the main grain growing regions of Australia, including Tasmania.  And we are heading to Tasmania after Canberra to visit two highly productive agricultural regions and see the best of the best in mixed farming enterprises.  And we will visit and be introduced to the leadership drivers of Tas Foods Ltd an innovative agricultural and food company taking the Tasmanian brand to the world.         

 

2017 Year in Review

  • 29 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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2017 Year in Review

I want to share a key activity we do here at RuralScope each and every January.  It's a simple one and is great for team building as all staff can participate.  But the best part of all is that it cleans the slate ready to bring in new things for the year ahead. We call it CLEANSWEEP.  We grab our diaries and go through each month identifying key things we did / achieved / mucked up etc etc for each month.  And through this process we jot down the highlights as we go.  And we also acknowledge things that didn't go to plan and let them go.  It is a fabulous time for each of us to reflect, review, acknowledge, let go and celebrate.  One thing I know for sure is that it creates pride and allows each of us the time to re-calibrate for the year ahead.  We have just completed our CLEANSWEEP, here's what we found.....                         

10 New Year Wellbeing Tips

  • 21 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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10 New Year Wellbeing Tips

I am always bombarded with an array of workshop, webinar, teleseminar and conference offers at the beginning of the year. Most of them are about learning the business secrets to increasing cash flow, improving marketing, setting up a to die for business plan, getting your head around how to use social media for your business etc etc.... the list is actually endless.  And yep, each new year, I get caught up in the "I really should attend / participate..." mentality and then when I don't make the effort feel pretty lousy! This year, I did something different.......           

Speak Up - Having Tough Conversations

  • 18 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Speak Up - Having Tough Conversations

Tough conversations like succession planning, which house to live in on farm when married, changes to crop rotations and sheep versus cropping etc are a necessary part of life.  And especially so in many farming businesses where everyone works and lives together. Yet it is common for us to not have these tough conversations, in fact many of us will go out of our way to avoid them.  Having the conversation is uncomfortable, risky and unpredictable.  In the short term it is easy to turn  blind eye and do nothing.  But, in the long run, short term pain is worth the long term gain.  It is important to speak up and speak your truth!              

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