Positive Leaders Can Change the World – Interview with Jon Gordon

In his interview with Eszter Molnar Mills, Jon Gordon, the wide-ranging author, speaker and consultant to Fortune 500 companies as well as baseball and US football teams, discusses his ideas and principles around positive leadership. “I believe we teach what we need to learn” – Jon describes a different path to finding his niche area more »

Words to Lead by from Jon Gordon

Words to Lead by from Jon Gordon

Best-selling author and keynote speaker, Jon Gordon shares his favourite piece of advice. These meaningful words are from Dr. James Gills, the only person on the planet to complete 6 Double Iron Man Triathlons within the 36-hour maximum time frame, and completed 5 Hawaii Ironman Triathlon World Championships. “When he was asked how he did more »

Editor’s Note – October 2016

Welcome back, for those of you in the Northern Hemisphere, we hope you had a great summer and are now rested and raring to take on the rest of the year. Whether or not you are studying or have children, early autumn has that back-to-school air about it. We often return from vacation having taken more »

How Non-conformists Change the World – Originals by Adam Grant

How Non-conformists Change the World – Originals by Adam Grant

If you have a look on Amazon, there are approximately 175,000 books on leadership which can make it hard to find something new, unique or challenging. Professor Kim Cameron, author of Practicing Positive Leadership, encourages us to read more academic and research based books. Adam Grant, a former doctoral student at the University of Michigan, more »

Where does the courage come in?

Where does the courage come in?

I recently attended an event on Women’s Leadership Careers organised by the Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI) Women in Management (WiM) Network. The keynote speaker was none other than CMI’s CEO Ann Francke, an exceptionally dynamic and engaging speaker.Ann shared her wealth of knowledge and experience about progressing in the ranks of organisations as a female more »