Leadership takes opinions, attitude, integrity. Why many 45+ leaders step out (when they can), and many younger people don’t step up (or want to).
Good Personal Governance incites lifelong personal development, or éducation permanente.
The journey to digital, from the way you’ve always worked, to the way everyone else is beginning to work, can be viscerally shocking.
The CEO of a leading airline is hospitalized following a heart attack.
Far from playing catch-up with India’s policy framework, India’s education sector is ahead of the game.
We outline the challenges facing Turkey’s business leaders, through the lens of key indicators and cases, and the eyes of Amrop Partner Yeșim Toduk, whose two books exploring the changing face of busi
In today’s turbulent and pressured environments, managers all too frequently find themselves in a metaphorical prison. They slavishly replay old thought patterns, trapped by static world views.
With trust in business leadership at an all-time low, it’s not surprising that ethics has become such a common word in the lexicon. But what do ‘ethics’ actually mean for you, as a leader?
As anyone who has heard the joke about the consultant and the shepherd knows, professional services firms and corporate organizations often have a love-hate relationship.
Just as a well-run organization has a guiding Mission, so do managers with good Personal Governance. This ‘Life Plan’ is an ongoing project, far-reaching and carefully orchestrated.