William Lang

/ William Lang
William Lang

About William Lang

Bill Lang has over 25 years professional experience working as an organisation strategy and development consultant and C-suite Executive Coach. Early in his career he worked with KPMG, McKinsey &Co., Bain & Company and AXA as an Executive. His clients operate in over 50 countries and on all continents. He is former member of the Melbourne University Commerce Faculty and holds a MBA(Harvard) and B.Comm/LLB (Hons). He is the author and creator of the Scores on the Board skill development and improvement system.

Creating an emotionally compelling team vision

In workplace terms, a ‘vision’ is the end goal that an organisation wishes to achieve as a result of all of its work and interactions with its clients. An organisation’s vision can differ from ‘being ranked the number one retailer in Australia’ to something smaller..

The six ingredients that make a highly motivated team

To ensure that goals and visions are achieved and that team members attain maximum productivity, it is critical that you keep your team motivated.

Putting scores on the board

In 2009 I decided it was high time that I wrote the story of Scores on the Board.

7 ways to Improve Employee Productivity

It is critical to any organisation that their employees are able to keep productive throughout their time with the business. Maximum productivity equates to maximum results, and this doesn’t just apply to those in management positions – it applies to all staff..

6 ways to inspire and motivate

When people reflect on what characteristics a leader that inspires and motivates possesses, there are two themes that are always reoccurring – that you have to have charisma and that you can’t develop the behavioural skills to needed to inspire and motivate.

5 things great leaders do that average leaders don't

People are always asking me what the secrets are to great leadership, and the truth is, there are none. The fact of the matter is that leaders that are described as ‘great’ leaders have gone out of their way to ensure they are always learning and improving their..

The Principals of Employee Engagement

In an ideal workplace, the working environment would be full of happy, contributing, productive and empowered employees. You would keep them informed, include them in decisions and trust them to do the right thing.

Feedback That Has Impact

When delivering feedback it is important that you deliver it in a way that ensures the message of the feedback results is received with the impact it deserves. Often, the person receiving feedback can act in a defensive manner that will damage its effectiveness. You..

Improving Your Employee/Boss Relationships

As a leader or boss, it can be hard for you to engage employees in projects and achieve results when you are not liked. Your employee/boss relationship may be formal and distant, or you may not have one at all.

Dealing With Strong Emotions In The Workplace

Everyone is emotional and these emotions will often surface inappropriately and at inconvenient times. When you go to work, you can’t always put your emotions aside and deal with them after working hours. So you will need to control these thoughts and emotions but it..