Every leader has to say they invite their team to challenge them. But not many actually encourage that, and they miss out on the solutions and ideas that are sitting within their team. How do you overcome your own resistance to being told you’re wrong and get the best outcomes?Read less
If you lead well, you’ll end up creating enemies. This is confronting, but the loyal forces of the opposition can teach us a lot. What are the gifts of enemies and how can they lift our leadership capability?Read less
There are two ways to lead: with fear or with love. When you lead from fear, you create small, anxious, reactive teams so that nothing improves. When you lead from love, you create powerful, high-performance teams where possibilities expand.Read less
The top three traps for leaders are all avoidable, so why do we all fall into them? And how can we avoid them so that our people, markets, and results flourish?Read less
Margot Faraci is challenging people to think differently. About leadership, business and how to thrive in the ambiguity of today’s corporate world.
Margot Faraci challenges people to think differently. About work, about leadership, and about how they solve problems in today’s chaotic corporate world.
Margot has two decades of experience within corporate Australia having worked in leadership at Seek.com, Ashurst, Macquarie Bank, CBA and NAB. Margot impresses her audience with the belief that leadership guided by love - for self, business and community - creates a better society.
Margot believes that love is fundamental in the recruitment process to find the right people, achieve high performance and create and engage a respectful culture.
As a keynote speaker and panellist, Margot writes and talks about leadership from her vast executive experience. Margot’s unique point of view, ideas and analysis provide examples of how to lead with love. Margot knows that leading with love is the key to leadership success. We often have this idea that love is only an emotion shared between two people. But that’s not all. Love is the most powerful force in existence. Leadership with love is tough, clear and fair. It is also rare and difficult to emulate. Margot addresses this and illustrates how leading with love can be achieved.