Book review of “Positively Energising Leadership” by Prof Kim Cameron. Why virtues matter & how to behave in a way that positively energises.
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Review of how the Wales Coaching Conference 2022 helps coaches & mentors learn from the leading thinkers on developing leadership performance
What does Shakespeare have to say to data & analytics leaders today? Reflections on lessons from his plays for data leaders from Tony Boobier.
Debrief from the excellent 3 day #CoachFest, helping coaches engage with Climate Change, Wellbeing & Spirituality – a Transpersonal vision.
A book review of “The Practice of Adaptive Leadership” by Heifetz, Grashow & Linsky. Why this very practical book matters & you should read it
Book review of “Psychosynthesis Leadership Coaching” by Aubyn Howard. How it can help leaders & coaches choose a way of being that is needed.
A call for customer-centric leadership, those who put the building of a customer-centric ecosystem before their own egosystem, by Ian Golding.
Leading CX author, Ian Golding, shares 14 leadership principles that drive Amazon to be Customer-Centric. Is this also Values-Based Leadership?
This year, I have had more enquires than ever, about team coaching. Whether for senior leadership teams, or managers of Customer Insight/Analytics teams, the concept is on the rise. It is easy to understand why. Many have heard the benefits of one to one coaching for senior executives, but want to find a way of […]
Guest blogger, Kevin Watson, shares 6 key behaviours that help leaders manage virtual teams effectively. Useful advice for data & analytics leaders.
One of the regular comments made about this blog, is that we focus on leadership & coaching as well as the more technical aspects of Customer Insight. Mostly this is mentioned as a compliment. Leaders especially value a focus on their role & ideas on professional development. Following on from the positive feedback in our […]
Guest blog post by Tony Boobier, considering how rise in democratisation of data & analytics could prove to be the end of your leadership career (as is).