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Ego – The great leadership disability


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The biggest mistakes a leader can make


Putting self interest first Betraying Trust Being too certain – not embracing uncertainty Not living up to values Too focused and obsessive Arrogance Acting too fast Not Authentic Everything focused on the leader Not being self reflective Video  Featuring:        to view … Continue reading

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Learning to speak Manager – for the ‘Wow factor’


Learning to speak manager is essential to those at an early stage of their career. The beauty of this language is it’s ability to say nothing and communicate quite concisely the perception of you as really sophisticated manager – and get the … Continue reading

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Emotional Intelligence and Leadership – Do We have a problem?


The phrase Emotional Intelligence is popping up everywhere. We have courses designed to improve it, organisations committed to using it as predictors of leadership potential and a significant coaching industry building up around the concept and it’s relationship to leadership. But are … Continue reading

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Caution – Weasels in the Organisation


Weasels are small, active predators, long and slender with short legs. They are present across the world. They have long slender bodies, which enable them to follow their prey into burrows. As is typical of small omnivores, weasels have a … Continue reading

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The 2010 world corruption index by country


With governments committing huge sums to tackle the world’s most pressing problems, from the instability of financial markets to climate change and poverty, corruption remains an obstacle to achieving much needed progress. This is the conclusion of the most recent corruption … Continue reading

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