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“Learning gave me the confidence to own my leadership style”

Pursuing further learning and professional development can have a positive effect on your career in terms of improved...


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Tags: leadership, reflections, career

On losing and regaining sense

I like watching how my kids with a few toys in their hands, and their imagination at play, can create elaborate battles with...


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Responding to the Coronavirus Crisis: A Strategic Approach to Building and Strengthening Organizational Resilience

As I write this article, I am reflecting on the fact that just last week, I was in a meeting discussing a global conference...


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Was your supply chain prepared for Covid-19?

Coronavirus (Covid-19) measures are seizing up the global supply chain and have become an emergency for board executives. Once...


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Why professional development should be in your 2020 New Year's resolutions

Henry Ford is credited as once saying: “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays...


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Inclusive Talent Management: Learning from HSBC

In a recent article in Developing Leaders, my colleagues Susan Vinnicombe, Hilary Harris and I discuss how organisations can...


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“How learning to delegate allowed me time to focus on the bigger issues’’.

Trust. Now there’s a scary word, right? Trusting other people to do what you know you could do well, but shouldn’t be focusing...


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In September 2018, we ran our first ever People Strategy Workshop. This three-day residential course is aimed at HR leaders and...


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