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My Dad has the worst job in the world

Shared from on 23 October 2017

It’s a couple of years ago now that I was sharing a beer in the evening sunshine with a leadership development group in Lisbon. One of the delegates, Jose, told a story of how his small son had returned from school one afternoon to find his father working from home. In response to the normal […]

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My Dad has the worst job in the world

Shared from on 23 October 2017

It’s a couple of years ago now that I was sharing a beer in the evening sunshine with a leadership development group in Lisbon. One of the delegates, Jose, told a story of how his small son had returned from school one afternoon to find his father working from home. In response to the normal […]

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My Dad has the worst job in the world

Shared from on 23 October 2017

It’s a couple of years ago now that I was sharing a beer in the evening sunshine with a leadership development group in Lisbon. One of the delegates, Jose, told a story of how his small son had returned from school one afternoon to find his father working from home. In response to the normal […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Manners matter

Shared from on 12 July 2015

I usually open doors for people. My mum brought me up to be disciplined about saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. My emails generally start with a friendly greeting and end with an appropriate sign-off: ‘Hiya’ and ‘All the best’ seem to be my personal default setting, rather than the curt ‘Kevin’ that sounds like the […]

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Manners matter

Shared from on 12 July 2015

I usually open doors for people. My mum brought me up to be disciplined about saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. My emails generally start with a friendly greeting and end with an appropriate sign-off: ‘Hiya’ and ‘All the best’ seem to be my personal default setting, rather than the curt ‘Kevin’ that sounds like the […]

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Manners matter

Shared from on 12 July 2015

I usually open doors for people. My mum brought me up to be disciplined about saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. My emails generally start with a friendly greeting and end with an appropriate sign-off: ‘Hiya’ and ‘All the best’ seem to be my personal default setting, rather than the curt ‘Kevin’ that sounds like the […]

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Manners matter

Shared from on 12 July 2015

I usually open doors for people. My mum brought me up to be disciplined about saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. My emails generally start with a friendly greeting and end with an appropriate sign-off: ‘Hiya’ and ‘All the best’ seem to be my personal default setting, rather than the curt ‘Kevin’ that sounds like the […]

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Manners matter

Shared from on 12 July 2015

I usually open doors for people. My mum brought me up to be disciplined about saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. My emails generally start with a friendly greeting and end with an appropriate sign-off: ‘Hiya’ and ‘All the best’ seem to be my personal default setting, rather than the curt ‘Kevin’ that sounds like the […]

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Manners matter

Shared from on 12 July 2015

I usually open doors for people. My mum brought me up to be disciplined about saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. My emails generally start with a friendly greeting and end with an appropriate sign-off: ‘Hiya’ and ‘All the best’ seem to be my personal default setting, rather than the curt ‘Kevin’ that sounds like the […]

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