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Corrinne Armour: Waging a war on wasted potential, Corrinne's mission is to empower leaders and teams to get out of their own way and embrace 'fearless leadership'. Known for her innovative approach, results focus and the ability to tell it like it is, she is recognised as a provoker of change and growth. After living in Asia for a few years, Corrinne cooks a mean curry. Anneli Blundell: As a professional 'people whisperer', Anneli has been working with leaders and teams to improve their communication and interpersonal intelligence for almost a decade. She brings to her clients a recognised expertise in the field of 'below conscious communication' and motivation and is obsessed with decoding people and performance dynamics for improved results. Although geographically challenged, Anneli also rates herself as an excellent parallel parker. Belinda Cohen: Performance improvement is at the heart of all Belinda's work. With a natural curiosity for what drives behavioural diversity, Belinda brings a non-judgmental, supportive and 'no excuses' approach to her clients. She combines her legal, business and leadership experience with her passion for helping people work smarter. Belinda assists her clients to simplify the complex to bring about fresh perspectives and a new focus. Always up for adventure, Belinda's ability to plan and book travel of any kind is an enviable skill.
"Perhaps the most essential skill of a gifted leader is the ability to cultivate leadership competencies in others. No book is more helpful in this area than Developing Direct Reports - outstanding! With lessons both insightful and strategic, the authors brilliantly illuminate the importance of leading others to greatness!" Marshall Goldsmith author or editor of 35 books including the NYT#1 bestselling Triggers and global bestsellers Trigger, MOJO and What Got You Here Won't Get You There "Wow - you can't help but be a better leader after reading this book. But more importantly, this book will give you the savvy to develop leadership in others. Deeply insightful and incredibly practical - an essential primer for any leader of leaders looking to develop the leaders of tomorrow." - Dr Jason Fox, bestselling author of The Game Changer "One of the challenges for executives in senior leadership roles is the significant investment of time spent on managing people issues and growing the next generation of leaders. And yet few executives are trained in the basics of psychology to help navigate through difficult people issues and know the best interventions to help grow their people. Developing Direct Reports' is a life line for any executive who can clearly see the impact of their direct reports' behaviour, but is unsure what to do. The book provides practical advice on how to diagnose leadership derailers and simple coaching tips to effectively develop people. For those executives brave enough to hold up the mirror and assess one's own behaviours, 'Developing Direct Reports' is also a valuable tool for their own leadership development." - Chris Akayan, Group General Manager - Human Resources, Mirvac "Developing Direct Reports is so much more than just another leadership toolbox. It's a flight-path for any leader who wants to effectively forecast, navigate and enjoy the complexities and opportunities which leading any team entails. There's both laughter and solemn recognition to be had in reflecting on the 12 Leadership Derailers, which forms an inspirational platform for a key takeaway: that leadership is a privilege we should never take for granted." - Sean Hughes, Senior Executive "This book takes an enigmatically practical approach: a readable deep-dive into self-awareness, team-awareness and the neuroscience of leadership ... balanced by practical step-by-step checklists anyone can follow. In our complex, changing world, knowing how to work with people and issues and "discover, decode and design" solutions is vital. The practical coaching tips included can be applied to any of the 12 leadership "derailer" behaviours that will be all-too-familiar to new and experienced leaders alike. Government, business, social sector: people are people and have shared subconscious drivers and concerns: and almost every interpersonal contingency is addressed. This book should form part of the library of every manager: either as a quick-check refresher for senior executives, as a go-to source of inspiration and ideas for emerging leaders, or as an essential reference for everyone else. Easy to read, straight to the point, and with depth for almost any workplace situation." - Richard Dent OAM FAICD, Chief Executive, Leadership Victoria