Audrey Songhurst is an established manager and leader, most recently working as the Head of Operations at Kent Innovation and Enterprise at the University of Kent. Audrey has served as owner, manager, and consultant with her consulting firm, Audrey Songhurst Consulting, and worked at Canterbury Christ Church University for eighteen years, with over a decade as director of the Research and Enterprise Development Centre. Audrey earned a Doctorate of Education and a Master of Arts from Canterbury Christ Church University and is also an alumna of the University of Kent.
Audrey joins me today to discuss leadership philosophies that can help you build high-performance teams as well as insight into her managerial approach. She highlights why you should view your team members as individual human beings, not just resources, and the importance of ensuring that every employee fits into the team dynamic as a whole. Audrey offers advice to line managers and business leaders who want to work with their organizations more effectively, and shares why professionalism, integrity, and genuinely caring about your team are such essential components of management.
“A manager is only as good as their team.” - Audrey Songhurst
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