We need to encourage acts of bravery so that if change is initiated and success isn’t achieved straight away – it isn’t a failure. It’s simply a step in the direction of improving and ultimately obtaining fresh and innovative results. By Fiona Hewitt.
A half day conference offered a wealth of sustainability thinking, including a quick demonstration of how saying “no but” de-energises, and how the alternative “yes and” quickly leads to a plethora of possibilities, says Kate Kearins.
One useful way to better understand yourself as a leader is to understand your personality, says Iain McCormack. So how emotionally stable, extroverted, open to experience, agreeable and conscientious are you?
The premise that a fit and healthy CEO creates a healthy company is not a new concept, but are our business leaders working up a sweat to keep themselves and their organisations in peak condition? By Patricia Moore.