How to develop executive presence is coaching tips for leadership presence and how to build that power you need to get your messages across. You must know how to develop executive presence to get your point across, to be taken serious and to advance your career
How to get your point across is career advice on getting your way, how to get heard and how to getting your point across at work. You need to know how to make employees listen and how to get your point across and be heard if you want to advance your career and make employees listen
Struggling with finding that spark before going to work? Too many things that annoy you and you're not motivated anymore? It's completely normal and there's ways of out of it
How to motivate yourself is how you as a leader are staying motivated at work or staying motivated in a negative work environment. It's about how you can cope in a negative work environment and how to stay positive in a negative work environment. How to staying positive in tough times and how to be more motivated at work
Ever wonder how to turn a strategy into action? Or how to find the right actions for a strategy?
This SWOT analysis example will show you how to use SWOT as strategy driver in the real world. How to use SWOT will give simple tips and tricks for leaders on how to create a strategy that's easy to use and implement
You need to let your students and employees fail for them to be better. In this leadership tips and management tricks in the Qatari desert I continue the learnings from my post on 'employees makes mistakes'
Evaluating yourself and self-evaluation is crucial in your career development so you learn how to become a better leader. Evaluating yourself after leadership meeting will let your understand how to improve and become stronger
Join me as I explain how to avoid boring meetings by planning how to engage people in meetings
How to avoid boring meetings is about understanding the purpose of the meeting and engage people in the meeting. It's all about planning meetings and running interesting meetings making sure all participants are involved and contributes
How to get your team to participate in meetings and making the meetings productive and interesting
Wonder how to earn respect as a leader? Kill the chicken in front of the monkeys! I will tell you how to be respected as a leader // how to become respected leader through setting an example for your team. This is part of good leader qualities that all leaders and managers must possess How to be respected as a leader is not easy and requires hard work every day. This video give you team leader tips and tricks, leadership tips and tricks and explores the good leadership qualities required to become respected as a leader
Watch HOW TO EARN RESPECT AS LEADER to learn how to be respected as a leader and gain the authority that you need to be a successful leader. This how to management video is part of my how to coaching / how to leadership tips and tricks and is a practical, hands-on guide to become a better and stronger leader and manager
Join me as I go through the six things all leaders should know in my hands-on coaching series. I present you examples of good leadership and things to work on as a leader and guide you through what a leader should do and what a leader should be at the workplace
Most leaders frequently think "Am I good enough for my job" and I'll address how to get over the feeling that you're not good enough for your job in this video
Join me and I'll show you how to know if you're good enough and get rid of the feeling that you're not feeling good enough for work I'll deal with work anxiety and anxiety about work performance but be warned - you may find that you're not in the right job! At the end of the video you'll get three tools to assess if you're good enough for your job
Newly appointed leaders - and leaders in general - typically feel isolated at work. In this video I'll take about how to handle isolation at work // workplace loneliness as a leader
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“Telematics as a car insurance product has never really taken off in the region, but there is a potential for a higher adoption rate with the right business model, says Mr Frederik Bisbjerg of Qatar Insurance Company. “
The ’founding meeting’ of war room II aimed at identifying the full customer journey and experience and, based on the findings, narrow the war room focus down to one or two major areas – the areas with ‘most effect per hours spent adjusting’
I’d claim that the most disruptive force in (personal) insurance is the online aggregators that – to me – are online brokers, granting customers free access to quotes of ordinary car insurance products and maybe doing so in a freshly designed way - why don't we see more successful real insurtechs?
The end of a project war room is the beginning of a new, more quiet, phase in the team - however, it's important to keep up the feeling of success and to prepare for the next phases of business and process development
With Amazon, Google, Tencent (WeChat) etc. as major distribution channels, the future of the traditional personal insurer is uncertain – add to this that one of the major product lines most probably will become obsolete during the next decade and you have all ingredients to promise the incumbents a bumpy ride going forward. This white paper discusses what incumbent insurers can do
What we’re in essence looking at is a fantastic product with a proven international track record being introduced too late into a market that never really was prepared for it before it was rendered outdated. Seriously interesting times ahead of us…
Literally hundreds from my network and from all over the world have asked me "how the war room looks" so I made a picture showing the structure and brief explanations describing the contents and purpose of the room
Your colleagues are customers too, so these are the very people that disrupts your markets and driving profound changes in the way you need to create your future products and services. But internal disruption is not high on the management agenda
It’s no news that there are tensions between a company’s business development / digital innovation and the day-to-day business operations. On one side, you have a team of enthusiasts focusing on the Big Next and on creating the digital future of the company – and on the other side, you have the operations focusing on delivering on financial targets and complying with regulations while providing excellent customer service daily
This Thursday October 26th, 2017, another line of duties was added to my responsibilities so I'm now also holding the position as Executive Vice President, MENA Motor Claims for personal and corporate lines for the QIC Group,which I'm very happy with and proud of. I believe it makes perfect sense to combine the business development of the commercial side with the claims side of the business
One of the most interesting topics is the discussion about top-down or bottom-up processes, i.e. should the Board set the targets and let the units plan how to meet them or should the units report in what they think is possible to reach?
The insurance industry is moving at three speeds today. Insurtechs are moving at hyper-speed, innovative incumbents at medium speed and the rest of the industry at very slow speeds. At the same time, the insurance markets, grounded in the ongoing changes in the users’ needs and expectations, are moving at hyper+ speeds - this creates a blue ocean opportunity