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the antithesis of changing corporate leadership

Corporate leadership seems rather stuck currently, laboring badly.  It seems so out of touch with what the changing world is currently rewarding. What tangible changes can connected leadership bring?  I recently read a book by Robert Cooper entitled ‘Get Out

 
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corporate leadership – sacrificial lambs?

Change results in components moving ahead, morphing into a state of ‘newness’.  This newness may show in new organisational behaviours, attitudes and approaches or be perceived, generating gossip and rumours of that which is yet to come.  The evolution of

 
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changing corporate leadership – vulnerability

Vulnerability – a 21st skill for leaders of today!  Would you agree? Vulnerability is the ability to share corporate imperfections, the desire to show that you are only human and the willingness to ask for help!  True vulnerability can be

 
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changing corporate leadership – responsibility

In today’s changing world, one priority is responsibility, equally true for self as for others. It’s time for CEOs and emerging leaders to take responsibility for their own growth, ensuring greater or realigned readiness to cope with change.  Are you,

 
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changing corporate leadership – core business

In business, it is all too easy to get bogged down with details. Procedures, processes, systems, quality, functionality become the priority, taking a leader away from the big picture into reactive decision-making and at times misaligned business practices. When this

 
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