A generation set up for failure?
Much like millennials have changed the way we work, soon they will change the way we lead. However, Hiam Sakakini suggests the old leadership development models will not work for this generation
Why culture is key
In today’s M&A-heavy insurance industry, culture is a crucial element of smooth acquisitions, writes Jay Brown
Why good leadership is the art of asking the right questions
In today’s frantic paced world, there’s often an expectation that leaders need to have answers at their fingertips, and that’s it’s not OK to say “I don’t know” or “I’m not sure”
Networking mastery – building connections that matter
Networking is essential for business growth and personal success
Battle strategy: Innovate the way you work, not just your products and services
Are you a leader of a top-tier company in your industry that prides itself on coming up with new products and services?
Are you training to fail?
You might be hiring the right people, but if you fail to train them, you’re training to fail, writes Preston Diamond
Seamless transitions: Winning customers’ digital minds and analog hearts
It’s never been easier for businesses to reach customers – but if your digital message is confusing and comes through too many channels, it can be disjointed, and you will lose customers due to the irritation factor. Anders Sörman-Nilsson explains
How to create adaptive leaders
Leadership, context, and change are inseparable. As the context changes, so, too, does leadership
Face time—a relic from the past?
In the fourth industrial revolution – the era we are living in – leading successfully across generations and styles is vital to creating successful companies
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