Real Life Leadership From time to time, I feature interesting leaders who have different perspectives on leadership. It makes leadership more real and practical to
We know that diversity of thought and experiences makes good business sense. We know that organisations with women on boards perform better than those that don’t. More women in leadership would hopefully break down the unhealthy “boy’s club” culture that is endemic in many of our organisations.
How do you begin to describe a career so rich, so varied and interesting? Fiona Kalaf’s route and growth as a leader has had many twists and turns; and yet when viewed in hindsight position her perfectly for her current role as CEO of Youth Focus.
As Simon Sinek says in his book “Start with Why, how great leaders inspire everyone to take action“: “..There are leaders and there are those
This is an issue that’s rearing its head more and more often. What can you say on social media? And more importantly, what can’t you
Many organisations have worked very hard over recent years to have excellent family friendly policies that are available to both partners. There are excellent examples of organisations that are progressive and flexible. Those same employers have sophisticated comms programmes to ensure that they are well known throughout their organisations. And yet.