Tag Archives: Feedback

‘Think Consensus is Good, Think Again!’

As an established leader, developing executive teams or organisations, and often when working in collaboration with other partners, a consensus is required to achieve set goals. The lubricant that makes the team, especially partnership actions successful is that consensus. However, … Continue reading

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Resilient! You’re kidding me! I need to raise my game!

Last week I explored some notions about resilience, defining what I meant by that term, and identifying six strengths or traits that underpin a leader capable of rebounding. In this article, I provide fourteen tips on how to use those … Continue reading

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What is your legitimacy to lead?

Today, as I watched the story unfold of the likely ‘coronation’ of Theresa May as the new Tory Party leader, I wondered what was her legitimacy to lead her party, and our nation? As someone from the left of the … Continue reading

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How Often Do You Ask For Feedback?

Over the weekend, I went to a meal out celebrating the 60th birthday of one of my wife’s ex-colleagues. During the evening, he spoke to me privately about the impact my wife had on his life over the 15+ years … Continue reading

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40 Leadership Lessons from the Freedom Trail – #7

On the 31st August 2013, Lesley, my wife and soul-mate, retired after 35 years teaching in secondary schools. Two days later, as planned, we set off for a magical celebratory holiday, taking in New York, California and Oregon. Our trip … Continue reading

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