Thought Leadership


A Vital Message For Emerging, High-Potential Leaders

Put a group of ambitious, first-time business leaders in a room together today and the discussion will likely turn on top-line revenue growth, the challenges of entering new markets, risk management and what politicians should do to stimulate economies.
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The Peril Of Stretching Executives Too Thin

During what has been described as 'The Great Recession' extending now through the European debt crisis, the tendency of many organisations has been to downsize their workforces and heap more responsibility on key management executives.
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The Courage Leaders Need Now

Think about the last time you ran across someone who was utterly incompetent. Perhaps it was someone to whom you were recently introduced in a business setting. Maybe it was an individual from no particular functional department or...
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Leading In A Business World Full Of Distractions

High performing executives often lament that there are only 24 hours in a day. That's because they're extremely engaged with their business and devoting time, energy and focus to the most critical decisions. For the rest, their worry about getting things done is borne of their almost constant distraction by things of little import to their employer's business objectives.
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Business Networking Now A Bigger Corporate And Career Imperative

The rigours of executive leadership in today's global economic climate have made continuous business networking an imperative for savvy corporate managers in every function and industry. Solving new challenges and putting out complex organisational and political fires on a daily basis remains a reality.
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Visionaries Wanted (And So Desperately Needed)

The business world wants visionaries. Many organisations also desperately need them, too. Vision in today's turbulent business climate requires courage and conviction.
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Leading In A Business World Full Of Distractions

High performing executives often lament that there are only 24 hours in a day. That's because they're extremely engaged with their business and devoting time, energy and focus to the most critical decisions.
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Ability To 'Read Between The Lines' Becoming A Critical Executive Skill

One of the little things that may make all the difference in terms of sorting the winners from the losers in today's global business climate is an executive's ability to 'read between the lines'. That is, can the individual leader look at a checklist and see what's not written on paper?
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Seeing Who The Candidate Really Is

Everyone looks good in a business suit. And at the executive level, nearly every candidate for a critical leadership role sounds the part. So often, key hiring decisions come down to personality fit, chemistry with the interview team and a hiring manager's assessment of whether he or she could work with the candidate.
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The New Proving Ground For The Chief Executives Of The Future

So many things run in a cycle, and that seems to be the case with many of today's C-Suite leadership roles. Just ask the General Counsel who has become the right hand to the CEO. Or the Chief Financial Officer who is now making all the big-ticket decisions that used to be the exclusive domain of Human Resources. Or the Chief Marketing Officer...
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