Global Leadership Foundation

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    Global Leadership Foundation bases the way in which it works with and engages others on 3 Guiding Principles. Each of these principles impacts on and influences the other. As a person gains insight in one of these areas, the significance of the connection to the others becomes apparent. Self Realisation Leadership begins with knowing ourselves and recognising our potential, understanding our preferences and styles and the way in which this impacts on all aspects of our lives, particularly in the way we lead and work with others. Collaboration Leadership involves engaging and enabling others to achieve success. Making a difference in any group or community relies on the collaboration of individuals. Acknowledging the uniqueness of others needs to be balanced with how best to engage them to work effectively together and achieve success. Stewardship Leadership includes an obligation to individuals, communities, humanity and the planet in order to ensure the sustainability and viability of all concerned. Successful leaders are seen to be those involved and concerned about their impact on others and their ability to "give back" into their communities.
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    Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)12
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    Gayle Hardie

    Gayle Hardie

    Malcolm Lazenby

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    Global Leadership Foundation has an office in Melbourne
    Melbourne, AU (HQ)
    4 535 Flinders Ln
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    The courageous follower

    I recently came across a presentation I delivered to the Student Conference of AHRI (the Australian Human Resources Institute) in 1998. The topic was ‘Building a sustainable career’, with a particular focus for those who were at the beginning of their professions and not in formal leadership roles. …

    On returning to the workplace

    One of the conversations that is occurring more frequently for us at the moment revolves around people returning to the workplace as we transition towards a ‘post-pandemic’ world. In most states of Australia, various workplaces are now permitted to have 50 to 75 per cent of their workforce back on s…

    Coming back to the world of being together

    As 2020 came to a close, I had a very special call with some alumni of the Opening Doors Social Inclusion Leadership Program here in Melbourne. Part of our reflection centred around what had changed in our world as leaders since Covid-19 arrived. As we concluded the session, one of the group asked, …

    Celebrating together

    We were so pleased to be able to host our annual end-of-year Fellowship Event in Melbourne last month. We felt truly blessed to have the opportunity to reconnect face-to-face with many of our Fellows, Friends, colleagues and clients, albeit following all the physical distancing and COVID procedures!…

    The shifting tide of leadership development

    Back when I embarked on my career in the wine industry, it’s fair to say that conversations about a business’s role in the world beyond its own market were rare. These were the days when someone like Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop, was promoting the idea that business could be a force for […

    Emotional health and electoral choice

    This month I’m revisiting a post that was originally written in 2012 ahead of council elections in Victoria, Australia. With another, slightly larger, election imminent, I thought it might be worth revisiting with some appropriate adaptation. The arrival of election day 2020 in the USA, with the who…
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    Global Leadership Foundation Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Global Leadership Foundation founded?

      Global Leadership Foundation was founded in 2003.

    • Who are Global Leadership Foundation key executives?

      Global Leadership Foundation's key executives are Gayle Hardie and Malcolm Lazenby.

    • How many employees does Global Leadership Foundation have?

      Global Leadership Foundation has 12 employees.

    • Who are Global Leadership Foundation competitors?

      Competitors of Global Leadership Foundation include Future State, The Precisionists and ReWork.

    • Where is Global Leadership Foundation headquarters?

      Global Leadership Foundation headquarters is located at 4 535 Flinders Ln, Melbourne.

    • Where are Global Leadership Foundation offices?

      Global Leadership Foundation has an office in Melbourne.

    • How many offices does Global Leadership Foundation have?

      Global Leadership Foundation has 1 office.