Monthly Archives: April 2013

A new view of Leadership

For every Winston Churchill, there is a Fred Goodwin. What makes some leaders soaraway successes, while others crash and burn? When a flock of birds simultaneously takes to the air or when a herd of buffalo wheels and turns as … Continue reading

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Making strategy stick: six essential moves for new leaders

For the incoming CEO, making sense of their new world can be daunting. Leadership is not just a disposition, but a discipline, which requires leaders to learn and select the right moves for their new environment. There are six essential … Continue reading

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The “I”of leadership a new book by Nigel Nicholson

Nigel Nicholson  is a Professor of Organisational Behaviour (OB) at London Business School, where he has wide-ranging involvements in research, executive education and business. The focus of his work is diverse, but currently primarily in leadership, family business, executive development, risk … Continue reading

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Beyond Heroes and Villains – The Real Meaning of Leadership Vision

VIEWPOINT: Nigel Nicholson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London Business School, explores the importance of experience in developing a leadership style.  Greedy, selfish, careless and callous leaders have become common currency in our media. How does it reflect on our times? Is … Continue reading

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