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Can a leader win back respect?

This week the UK has a visitor – and the response to his arrival has been…mixed. Can a leader who has lost the respect of those he leads ever win it back?

This week the UK has a visitor – and the response to his arrival has been…mixed. Can a leader who has lost the respect of those he leads ever win it back?

Don’t hold your people back.

This week we saw a quote circulating on social media that struck a chord:
CFO asks CEO: “What happens if we invest in developing our people and they leave us?”
CEO: “What happens if we don’t, and they stay?”

This week we saw a quote circulating on social media that struck a chord:
CFO asks CEO: “What happens if we invest in developing our people and they leave us?”
CEO: “What happens if we don’t, and they stay?”

Leadership is dead!

It was Ghandi who said “I suppose at one time, leadership meant muscles, but today it means getting along with people” – Leadership has changed!

It was Ghandi who said “I suppose at one time, leadership meant muscles, but today it means getting along with people” – Leadership has changed!

Are you really making a difference with your L&D?

With evidence showing that up to 80% of L&D spend fails to change behaviour or improve performance, how can you guarantee that you source the right learning programmes?

With evidence showing that up to 80% of L&D spend fails to change behaviour or improve performance, how can you guarantee that you source the right learning programmes?

Five ways you’re letting your employees down.

Leadership isn’t always easy, and it can be hard to balance your own needs with what’s best for every member of your team…

Leadership isn’t always easy, and it can be hard to balance your own needs with what’s best for every member of your team…

Are you a puppeteer or a conductor?

With leadership – be it ruling a country or leading a small internal team – there are extremes. To see how this translates to the workplace, we can use the analogy of puppeteers vs conductors.

With leadership – be it ruling a country or leading a small internal team – there are extremes. To see how this translates to the workplace, we can use the analogy of puppeteers vs conductors.

International womens day

We aren’t here to talk about us today; we’re here to talk about women in leadership. About the success stories, the inspirations, the fighters, the movers and shakers, who are out there leading organisations and driving change, every single day.

We aren’t here to talk about us today; we’re here to talk about women in leadership. About the success stories, the inspirations, the fighters, the movers and shakers, who are out there leading organisations and driving change, every single day.

Like attracts like; the challenge of diversity.

As a species, we are intrinsically attracted to similarities. We form attachments with those who share our interests and passions, and who are genetically like those we have had the most contact with…

As a species, we are intrinsically attracted to similarities. We form attachments with those who share our interests and passions, and who are genetically like those we have had the most contact with…

A new approach to expertise.

Any business leader wants to position their most experienced, and most knowledgeable, people in the top spots, where that expertise can influence those around them – but experts don’t always translate into being great managers; read on to see how we can help.

Any business leader wants to position their most experienced, and most knowledgeable, people in the top spots, where that expertise can influence those around them – but experts don’t always translate into being great managers; read on to see how we can help.

All change

The news this week is busy with opinions on the cabinet reshuffle, on the people stepping up, those stepping down, and those we expected to see step aside who have firmly planted their feet and remained in post.

The news this week is busy with opinions on the cabinet reshuffle, on the people stepping up, those stepping down, and those we expected to see step aside who have firmly planted their feet and remained in post.