In a race between a team and a committee, the team will always be able to travel lighter, move faster, and go much further in actually shaping the future.
Tues 14th June 2022, 5pm to 6pm. Come along to hear and discuss why and how our leadership model needs to change, the challenges we will face, and how we can make the change stick.
Every radical new idea, every transformational opportunity, will generate objections. And in every objection, there will be text and subtext.
The world is not going back to normal any time soon. This “rolling crisis” is here to stay for the foreseeable, and we’re going to have to think, act, and above all lead, differently.
I’m constantly told by Chairs and CEOs they want their organisations to become more agile, embrace learning and innovation, and for their leaders to be operating far more strategically. So here’s what to do…
We know how important it is for people to receive credit and recognition and yet, even with that knowledge, we rarely give that gift to ourselves.
What for one person was a musing, an invitation to exchange ideas, a concept to kick around and play with, for the other was a suggestion that they interpreted as an instruction and passed on as an order.
It’s often said that strategy is as much about choosing what not to do, as it is about choosing what to do. And in a complex world with expansive thinking, that array of possibilities can be bewildering.
The call over recent months for a full return to office-based working shows not just a lack of vision but a profound failure of leadership to adapt.
Tues 14th December 5pm to 6pm. Join me and nonprofit leadership expert Patton McDowell to debate how we can develop the non-profit leaders of the future.