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Developing emotional capacity can give organizations a new humanistic edge, and guide the road to help pioneer the new world post COVID-19
If I am to honour courage, and the quality of spirit that is being asked right now, I must own up to the state of emotional distress I have experienced.
Kevin Roberts, Chairman Saatchi and Saatchi, couldn’t have been more wrong when he said that the diversity debate is over, and his poor judgement has resulted in his speedy resignation.
Last week we were in Australia exploring what it is that makes Aussie CEOs tick and if Australians in business are true global leaders, or if they’ve mainly found success through luck.
Why is it that there are ten times more female CEOs in Thai private companies than in the Fortune 500?
Let’s take small, conscious steps this year to step into new world leadership.
In challenging times, leading with authenticity and compassion is crucial.
We are being challenged to face into the truth of white privilege. It is the most important work of our time.
Long-term change begins with having real and difficult conversations that start at the top.
Creating a workplace culture that focuses on employee well-being starts with how we treat one another.