Our results are consequences of our choices and attitude towards things and people.

Dejan Madjoski

It may sound illogical, but showing own weaknesses is what makes strong leaders

Dejan Madjoski

Managing change can be complex, but there are simple rules that can make the process much smoother.

Dejan Madjoski

Organizations that set strict and complex processes actually compensate for the lack of trust among the people within the organization.

Dejan Madjoski

You can hardly find a successful company without self-driven highly engaged employees.

Dejan Madjoski

The measure of good communication is not the length of the speech or the choice of words. Good communication is brief, clear and on topic.

Dejan Madjoski

Relying only on short-term focused strategy companies may win all the battles, but still lose the war because they didn’t fight the right battles.

Dejan Madjoski

Nothing beats positive two-way communication in building highly effective and engaged teams.

Dejan Madjoski

If leaders would take time to share the vision and the purpose with the employees, wouldn’t that solve a big part of their engagement issues?

Dejan Madjoski

Solving problems can be difficult if we don’t keep emotional distance from them.

Dejan Madjoski

Knowing that today innovation is the game changer, it is everyone’s job to innovate, but also to make innovation happen.

Dejan Madjoski

A positive winning culture creates a long term competitive advantage.

Dejan Madjoski

There is a simple formula for success – focus on the important things, keep it simple, work hard and don’t quit, deliver with quality.

Dejan Madjoski

Want to stay relevant and differentiate from others? Then, keep learning to constantly grow, follow the trends to stay ahead, get feedback and act upon it, keep moving forward with positive attitude and growth mindset.

Dejan Madjoski