INFLUENCES ON WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

The leadership gaps Watching the progress of women in leadership is like watching someone climb up a greasy pole, you think you’re seeing progress, and then you realize you’re not. There have been improvements, but there’s still a long...

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Act like a leader, think like a leader with Herminia Ibarra

Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School and author of ‘Act like a leader, think like a leader’. I’m a career academic, I’ve been in academia all my life. I started out as a junior professor at Harvard...

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The tools and traits of a leader

Leadership traits and techniques are written about so often that I feel slightly ashamed to add my two-penneth to the endless views on the topic. Open your Linkedin feed and you’ll see ’20 tips successful leaders do each day’,...

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The Value of Thinking Time

“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” Abraham Lincoln For the Knowledge Workers of the millennium, our brain is our axe. From strategy and planning, to operations,...

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Enabling our Leaders to deal with Rapid Change – Reflections on a round table discussion at Expedite’s Working Futures conference March 2017

Rapid Change and how leaders respond to it is a live and pressing issue in all the very diverse organisations attending this session.

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Is your organisation human-centred?

From smartphone devices to complex medical equipment, human-centred design is an intrinsic part of everything we use and is everywhere we go.

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What you can learn from the best and worst world business leaders of 2015

Business leaders aren’t born successful. It’s a skill they pick up with time and tremendous effort and hard work, and constantly perfect as they go along. A good business leader is one who leads from the front – a...

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