Nurturing is an important part of leadership, including thought leadership. However, it often goes unsung. Our leadership stories praise the bold and inspirational, not the quietly supportive. Richard Olivier makes this point in his book Inspirational Leadership
Increasingly, we are becoming aware that emotional intelligence is crucial for marketers and thought leaders alike.[1] In order to sell anything, you…
How can you sustain thought leadership programmes that really deliver? Beyond vanity metrics, one that touches your target audience. Sadly, there is no…
Edward de Bono first put forward his idea about six ‘thinking hats’ in 1985. The idea was picked up (inevitably) by management training firms, though…
Thought leadership is all about building relationships with customers and potential customers. These relationships start with conversations, often on…
One of the questions that we are often asked is about the difference between coaching and mentoring. Perhaps more importantly, however, the real…
There has been a lot of talk about how the pandemic has redefined ways of working, and brought about permanent changes. But is this really true? There…
Have you ever felt like you couldn’t get a word in when talking to someone else? Or do you find that you are assertive and outgoing in one setting but…
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