The People-Led CEO podcast: Jeremy Campbell and Wayne Clarke discuss People-Led Leadership. Guests include Paul Szumilewicz, Pinky Lilani and Atholl Duncan.
As a leader, are you really communicating when you speak to people, or are you just talking at them?
These critical shifts in remote leadership are key to managing your team successfully during these trying times.
Organisations need to continually reinvent themselves to remain relevant.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, read about Mama Mercy’s drive to empower women and improve the lives of the people in her community.
Ten ways you can be a successful leader during a crisis.
The seven blockers preventing you from rising to the top.
Don’t let automation and technology hijack your workplace.
Before COVID-19, remote working was a novelty idea. Atholl Duncan explores how millions migrated to their kitchens without businesses failing.
Atholl Duncan’s CityAM article reflecting on the effects of the lockdown on business and the book he has written about it.
Sometime soon Britain’s office workers will start to trickle back to their desks. But things will be far from the way we were. For every week the British stay put at their kitchen tables the economy in our Central Business Districts (CBDs) take another step towards the point of no return.
The shift to remote working was amazing in many ways. Now that it’s routine, businesses are finding it’s not what it was cracked up to be. Checkout our top tips on how to remedy common issues before performance slumps.
The current mood suggests that a new style of leadership will be required to engage employees in the future. With many claiming that the future needs empathetic leaders who could still call on a more directive approach when required.
Covid-19 has finally bashed away presenteeism for ever.
Remote working has given many a newfound freedom. It will have liberated others to be more productive with their daily hours, freed from the torture of travel. But it raises many other existential questions.
We are proud to announce our partnership with the Women of the Future Programme, to provide executive coaching to some of the world’s top emerging female leaders.
A true coaching culture doesn’t just involve set piece one to one executive coaching. It’s happening every hour of every day across the business.