Helping the leader to answer the question: ‘What is it that the world of tomorrow needs that I can uniquely offer?’
A radical model of leadership in which strength comes from leading out of having nothing to lose.
“All you have to do is to decide how you will use the time that you've been given.”
How do you know if you’re a good manager? That depends on which level you are managing from.
This poem “The Heroes of Everyday Life” is from a thoughtful and enjoyable collection of poems by William Ayot.
Effective managers are able to work with conundrums and paradoxes - here are 13 of them!
What do managers actually do? Henry Mintzberg has found out.
There are 3 distinct but interdependent types of networking: Operational, Personal and Strategic - are you using all of them?
If you are not as effective a leader as you want to be, perhaps you are focusing too narrowly.
This framework sorts the issues facing leaders into 5 contexts depending on the type of relationship between cause and effect.
Shakespeare’s Henry V tells how a leader's greatness often comes out of touching their darkest depths.
How to communicate authentically, effectively and convincingly and so inspire others to act.
Mandela’s developmental journey as characterised by his expanding sense of identity - from "me", to "us", to "all of us".