3 Simple Steps Leaders Can Take To Improve Their Thinking Skills

When one of the people I respect the most in the leadership world accepts my invitation to do a guest post in The Leader’s Digest, it makes me pretty chuffed.  So this is me, pretty chuffed indeed, introducing this week’s guest author, Tanveer Naseer! Tanveer Naseer is an internationally-acclaimed keynote speaker, award-winning leadership writer, author,…

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Are you doing DIVERSITY right? A quality Q&A with Tania Domett

If you’re still wondering whether diversity in the workplace is important…best you go hang out with the Flat Earth Society.   As McKinsey & Co (and a host of other highly credible researchers) have shown, diversity makes your organisation more effective, successful and profitable.  But knowing you should be cultivating and promoting a diverse workforce –…

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Sustainability leadership is different from other types of leadership

This week, I am excited to share a guest post from the wonderful David Key. David runs Ecoself, where he works with businesses, organisations and individuals to create deep and enduring organisational and social change towards a sustainable future. We are used to tackling simple, well-understood, and expected problems; but what happens when our world’s…

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Teach your emerging leaders to fly (not flop) without breaking your training budget

Drum roll please…! Introducing The Leader’s Map: The Online Accelerator Programme for Emerging Leaders To all my long-time or new Leader’s Digest readers, I’m SUPER excited today to announce the launch of my online leadership training programme, The Leader’s Map. If you’ve been following my blog, and because you’re a leader yourself, you’ll be well…

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Why are we failing our future leaders?

I hate to break it to you, but chances are, you’re probably not equipping your future leaders with the skills they need to lead successfully. That’s according to Harvard researchers, who found that most managers don’t receive leadership training until they’ve held a leadership role for nearly a decade. And in one of the most expansive leadership…

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My Top Five Book Recommendations for Leaders

You never stop being a student, no matter how many years it’s been since you’ve stepped into a classroom. Great leaders read. Learning new things is essential to skilled leadership – and reading is one of the best ways to do this. There are thousands of incredible books from talented writers which give you a…

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Who do people trust the most to lead change?

According to latest global research from the 2019 Acumen Edelman’s Trust Barometer, employers are the most trusted to lead change. The research indicates that this trust in employers is born out of a lack of trust in other institutions. It highlights that employees are increasingly looking to their leaders for guidance in these times of…

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