Leadership Quintet

Leadership Quintet

Strategic decisions: When can you trust your gut?

Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman and psychologist Gary Klein debate the power and perils of intuition for senior executives.

Women at the White House have started using a simple, clever trick to get heard

"We just started doing it," said a former Obama aide.

Women have a surprising role in ISIS networks & may demonstrate organisational networks as well?

Women are doing more than playing supporting roles in terrorist groups like ISIS.

Lucy Kellaway: Poolside working no longer a sign of importance

Boasting of NOT toiling on holiday is part of wider trend of better quality of life & more effective working 

My ambition to look more like Theresa May in meetings - FT.com

Last week an anonymous colleague of Theresa May's told the Financial Times how the new UK prime minister used to comport herself in meetings, when she was home secretary: "She just sits there in cabinet looking exasperated in a poised way." I read.

Understand someone better by listening to the words they constantly use - BHS’s Philip Green the least straight talker of all

‘There was no limit to what Sir Philip did not know. He uttered the phrase “I don’t know” a full five dozen times’

» Why female leaders could give ASX companies an edge

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Why gender equality matters for men - FT.com

This week, I'm going to join more than 1,000 women at the Women of the World festival at the Southbank Centre in London. I'm a white, middle-class, middle-aged man, but I suppose I've been invited because I have been visibly organising other men to

Is this the future of work? Scientists predict which jobs will still be open to humans in 2035

Australian science agency CSIRO says workplaces will be increasingly digitally focused and automated. Who wants to be an "online chaperone"?

How we can make entrepreneurs work for us?

Is hiring an entrepreneur a good idea? Yes, and this is why they make great employees.

Organizing for breakthrough innovation

Roche’s CEO talks about its R&D structure, tough decisions, and long-term mind-set.

The delicate art of the workplace apology - FT.com

The golden rule, according to Gerald Ratner, is that you cannot argue the toss. You cannot offer a bit of mitigation, throw in a few extenuating circumstances and mutter about mistakes, lessons and shared culpability. Rather, you've got to say that


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