True leaders create more leaders, not followers

Woman shows girl how to use a telescope

Some people say that in order to have leaders you must also have followers. But The Churning, Inner Leadership says: True leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders. Followers are dependent — they need Continue Reading →

Namechecked by the Institute of Leadership and Management

Manager with lightbulb as head

Great to see Inner Leadership being namechecked by the Institute for Leadership and Management recently. In an article titled “How can leaders win support for unusual business concepts?” Kate Cooper, Continue Reading →

Tom Peters on leading the 21st-century organisation

Interviewed by McKinsey Quarterly on the topic of leading the 21st-century organisation, long-time management guru Tom Peters has a number of interesting things to say about leadership in the 21st-century: Continue Reading →

Learning from America’s greatest president

Abraham Lincoln Memorial

In the 150 years since his death there has not been a single US President better than Abraham Lincoln. A survey in February 2015 still ranked him top. This is a man who led America through Continue Reading →

Countering disinformation and fake news

David Cameron listens carefully

This interesting short film describes how Russia’s President Putin (and others) have deliberately used tactics intended to undermine people’s perception of the world. The approach is to create so much churning in people’s Continue Reading →

Why Empathic Business Leaders Are More Successful — Huffington Post

why humble empathic business leaders are more successful

A subscriber to The Churning recently forwarded me a link to this article in the Huffington Post: “It’s increasingly evident that business leaders who are capable of experiencing and demonstrating empathy, compassion, Continue Reading →

Alan Watts — realising there is nothing to hold on to sets you free

River flowing between mountains into a lake

For those who like to go a little deeper, this short video of Alan Watts explores some of the philosophical underpinning that forms the foundations of The Churning’s approach to Inner Continue Reading →