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7 Of The Most Inspiring Leadership Stories

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February 1st, 2018

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Inspiring Leadership Stories Inspiring leadership comes not just from decision making and strategy, it comes from risk taking, going against the grain, often when you’re driven by a higher cause, a deep care for others or a complete conviction that you’re acting for the greater good. Here we weigh up some of the successes of […]

Leading in Complexity – now what?

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March 27th, 2017

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As we saw in my previous blog post (Leading in Complexity – so what?), I believe there are three differences that inform action today to shape our success tomorrow.  These differences don’t go away; they become part of the practice and habits, while the new ones invite innovation and change. Identifying the significant differences is […]

Leading in Complexity – so what?

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March 20th, 2017

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Leadership ain’t what it used to be. The image of a great white man at the top of the pyramid is, we can only hope, gone forever. The question now is “What will take the place of that image?” What is leadership in a world of open boundaries, multiple differences, and massive interdependencies? Consider the […]

Are you a traveller with a tale?

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November 24th, 2016

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ODN Europe is pleased to offer a writing workshop, running from lunch time on Tuesday 30th May 2017 to lunch time on Thursday 1st June 2017 at the Roffey Park Institute, to those who would like to write for publication (or for other reasons they may hold). The purpose of the workshop is to enable […]

Corporate Rebels: The Search for Happiness at Work

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November 24th, 2016

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I attended a very interesting session at Roffey this week about how organisations might be reinvented in the 21st century. Organised by Tom Kenward and hosted by Steve Hearsum, about 20 people spent Wednesday morning with two Dutch millennials Pim & Joost who shared their perspectives about searching for a different way of working – […]