The push for greater diversity and Inclusion (D&I) in the workplace is one such problem and increasing D&I will require more than virtue signalling.
Many of us have experienced bosses whose behaviours we colloquially see as psychopathic, and this makes for attractive click-bait. The reality is however far more nuanced.
The impact of LKY’s thinking on me, as an expatriate in Singapore, has been profound. While I was aware of him prior to arriving in the country in 2013, it is only since my arrival that I have undertaken the readings required to develop a more detailed glimpse into his thinking.
I was recently in Bangalore as part of an overall leadership development programme where top executives attended an experiential workshop over a couple of days followed by 1-1 coaching.
A few weeks ago I had the privilege of attending a training session with Asian Games gold medallist judoka Tatsuaki Egusa.
A thought for the day: ‘What do we really know about leadership?’ Having looked at research on leadership, I have concluded that