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What if your diversity policy isn’t paying off?
We dearly want the case for diversity to be cut and dried. There are now countless articles that take this
As the validity of hierarchical structures is challenged, what does leadership mean?
Hierarchy has made a lot more sense down the years than it does now. Back when roles were very clearly
When you’re falling, dive
I’ve always liked the rather Zen-like phrase, When you’re falling, dive. It’s the title of a powerful self-help book (of
Creativity is a collaborative endeavour
Creativity is being valued more than ever before by businesses. We’re living in an innovation-driven economy, after all, and the
Tech will inevitably lead to job losses, so how should leaders relate to it?
Some might say there’s nothing we can do, now that the so-called fourth industrial revolution is well and truly upon
The problem with company values
Does your company have a set of official values? Do you know what they are? Does it matter to you
Latest Star Articles
Can a Board Member’s Job Be Automated?
The role of a Non-Executive Director (NED) is to represent and safeguard the long-term interests of shareholders and broader stakeholders,
3 of the Most Common Challenges Women Face in Negotiations
Small negotiations are woven through the fabric of our everyday working lives. Managers negotiate to secure resources for their teams,
6 Steps Leaders Can Take to Get the Most Out of Feedback
Business publications are filled with articles about feedback: how important it is for leaders, how leaders can both give and receive it, what happens when
Are Your Company’s Strengths Really Weaknesses?
Look at a map of the world drawn upside down. It’s a good way to challenge your assumptions about the way
Will the 4-Day Workweek Take Hold in Europe?
Work four days a week, but get paid for five? It sounds too good to be true, but this debate
The 8 Ways Companies Get Work Done, and How to Align Them
For much of the last 30 years, organizations have agonized about whether they should centralize or decentralize their operations. But
Neela Bettridge Leadership Series – Values
Neela Bettridge Leadership Series: Limiting Beliefs
Neela Bettridge Leadership Series: Development of presence
Leading from the Centre – Podcast Episode 20
In today’s episode I will talk to Nathaniel Hook, Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry. We will discuss his career,
Leading from the Centre – Podcast Episode 19
In today’s episode I will be talking to Maria Casale, Presentation Design Specialist and marketing consultant with a passion for