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How to “do improvement” – the missing link in too many Leadership Development programmes?

In the early stages of my career, as a new manager and leader, I went through many training and development programmes. Of course, they covered all of the so-called “soft skills” as well as the more rational skills required to manage (Forecasting, Planning, Organising, Controlling). Importantly, they also included how to “do improvement”. The latter … Continue reading

The value of small and medium-sized charities

Sheffield Hallam University and the Lloyds Bank Foundation have recently published a report on the value added by small and medium-sized charities. Download the report here. The report says: Small and medium-sized charities (SMCs) − whose annual income falls between £10,000 and £1 million − are a vital part of everyday life in communities across … Continue reading

Mindmap summary of Phil Driver’s 2018 PRUB-thinking workshop in Birmingham

Here’s my mindmap summary of Phil’s recent workshop. Read more here.  

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