Here is something to think about: the person who can formulate and communicate the best argument almost always […]
The peak of the Covid-19 crisis is still ahead of us today. Life and leadership as we know […]
A significant portion of life humans spent at work. The numbers are ruthless: we spend more than 80,000 […]
One of the principal leadership laws is that we can lead, follow or observe. What we chose is what you are. This is the leadership essential principle not spoken too often.
Can any long-term positive effects arise from these exceedingly constraining conditions? To what extent can this crisis positively impact how individuals and communities function?
There are three popular explanations for the clear under-representation of women in management, namely: (1) they are not […]
Humility is one of those leadership traits you do not see as frequently as you should. Humility is […]
So there is clearly a need for global leadership. But when the public look at what is on offer, they are not impressed. Many of the bankers and politicians caught dozing by the financial crisis were regulars at Davos. Ordinary folk trust Davos Man no more than they would a lobbyist for the Worldwide Federation of Weasels. A survey by Edelman, a public-relations firm, finds that only 18% of people trust business leaders to tell the truth. For political leaders, the figure is 13%.