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How to recognise Fake Leadership in the post-truth world

I have been having a number of conversations with leaders, and about leadership, over recent months and an interesting angle is the emerging style of leadership for a post-truth world. The Brexit campaign and the new US presidency have particularly shaped people’s thinking on the actions and behaviours we see in our leaders. It fits … Continue reading

“Simply, improvement…” – my May 2016 Newsletter is out today

View my May 2016 Newsletter online, here. This month: Time to put an end to Change Programmes Trigger questions for creativity and innovation One size does not fit all when running projects Leadership for Project Management   I write an e-Newsletter which goes out monthly (except August) and is another way to keep in touch … Continue reading

Leadership for Project Management: an interview with Paul Hodgkins

My colleague Paul Hodgkins was recently interviewed by the International Project Management Association and asked about his views on Leadership. Paul answered five questions: Q1. How do you succeed in being a good leader? Q2. Where did you demonstrate leadership in your career? Q3. What are your tips for future leaders? Q4. What is the … Continue reading

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