I found this on a school report from when I was 12. It’s wonderfully honest. I’d wager Mr Thomas was really thinking “The kid’s a bit shite. But as he’s large, we can use him as an obstacle in defence.” But he was worried about my feelings. So he softened it up. Though it’s still […]
The debate on whether remote, in-person or hybrid is the future of work is an issue for town planners, not for CEOs. For us, the question is simply what tradeoffs are the right ones for our organisation and our teams.
Vulnerability, authenticity and imposter syndrome are often used as excuses to lead badly. In the first of 4 articles, here’s a low down on the expectations you need to live up to as leader.
So you’re running an ethical agency. A criminal organisation posing as a listed company – let’s call them Belgian Australian Tobacco – approaches you. “We fund an ‘anti-smoking education programme’ along with some of our other friends. But the challenge is that it’s not as easy to find us on the web as it is […]
Aside from growing my own, I’ve also supported a lot of CEOs in growing their leadership teams. There are many differences between the teams, their skills and personalities. But when it comes to the leadership team there’s a common factor between the members of that team who make things happen and those who don’t. It’s […]