Why we need to update leadership, and how to do so

First World War leadership

Yesterday Umair Haque used the examples of Volkswagen and the pope to discuss leadership. Ranked one of the top 50 management thinkers in the world he bluntly titled his commentary, “Why Everything You Continue Reading →

Unwanted emotions can be useful

Changing direction

When we are churning we can often feel anger, fear, sadness, or even emptiness and numbness. But these emotions can be transformed. When we know how to centre and ground ourselves, focus on who we Continue Reading →