How great leaders use life rhythm to maximise productivity

17 October 2017

Consumer data improved last week, to the highest it has been since November 2016 with the headline rate showing a gain in optimists so that they now over shadow pessimists regarding the... Read more >

What the Gig Economy means for CEOs

12 September 2017

The changing structure of the working community is a significant challenge for CEOs. The increasing globalisation of worker availability has changed the dynamics of workforce structure. There has always been a place... Read more >

Boiling frog syndrome

22 August 2017

You’ve heard it, put a frog into cool water and gradually heat it, and the frog will be boiled alive. Put the frog into hot water and it jumps straight out. Every... Read more >

Managing the tension between the Planner and Doer self

15 August 2017

Ideas and plans have no place in the head of a leader who wants a legacy of success, not unless those plans are turned into results. The Planner gets excited by challenging... Read more >

Building a life of meaning

8 August 2017

Spending time on “The Important Things” is self evident to leaders who have read the multitudes of management books professing to make work life wonderful. From the One Minute Manager by Kenneth... Read more >

Creating the power of closeness

1 August 2017

One of the most frequently heard laments is leadership is a lonely role, especially for leaders at the very top of firms. Loneliness infers there is a lack of intimacy in relationships. If... Read more >

6 secrets of a motivating leader

21 March 2017

Whilst becoming quite drenched in sweat this morning I was reminded of the intricate forces which affect a firm’s chance of success. Struggling to perform a perfect jump, I was the recipient... Read more >

What is your CEO leadership score?

2 December 2016

Over the last year the world around you has changed. Your firm will have changed too. Whether you realise or not it will have changed in every aspect, sometimes only a little,... Read more >

2016: The world in reflection

2 December 2016

This year so far. January 2016. North Korea Hydrogen Bomb test First batsman ever to score 1000 runs in a single innings in cricket – 15 year old Mumbai schoolboy Pranav... Read more >

7 things to do this Spring

31 August 2016

1 Learn something new. Spend 15 minutes each day on skill share.   Access a myriad of information, from business courses by some of the world’s best thinkers (Seth Godin, Simon Sinek etc al), to calligraphy... Read more >