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Yesterday I attended a talk on leadership from the fascinating Charlie Wilson of Bosideon Consulting at the peer to peer networking group MD2MD. Charlie is a former commander of the Royal Navy and at one stage lead 13 ships and 750 people during the...

On April 30, 1789, George Washington took office as the nation's first president. The man who would one day be eulogized as "first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen" faced monumental problems as...

Repairing and replacing a damaging workplace culture is tough--largely because people form and join cultures instinctively. Neuroscientist Paul J. Zak set out to shed light on this cultural blindness by measuring the brain activity of people at work.

Over the course of 29 years as a professional coach, Mike Jay has been in search of the "truth" about development. Now, finally relieved after not finding it, Jay has entered into the age of post-truth! Let him share briefly...

New data-driven capabilities are breaking down barriers between formerly siloed business units, flattening out management structures and streamlining production processes, prompting many firms to redraw leadership roles and responsibilities, accordin...

Experts reckon it is the end of an era.  Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who captained India in limited overs cricket for nine long years, has stepped down. "Captain Cool" as he was popularly known gives way to a new generation of players to be led by a b...

What is "Women and Time Management?" A time management book for working women---based on what has worked well for the female clients of North America's top executive women coaches. Year after year, we have heard working women’s frustratio...