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4D Leadership

4D Leadership – Competitive Advantage Through Vertical Leadership Development

Twenty years ago the accumulation of skills, knowledge and experience (‘horizontal development’) was sufficient for business success. Today, it’s not. 4D Leadership – Competitive Advantage Through Vertical Leadership Development, offers a new approach of ‘vertical development’.

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media balanced or baloney

Blog: The media – balanced or baloney?

Faced with a complicated news story to present, many media producers seek out so-called experts to explain to us, ill-informed listeners or viewers, what is really going on. But are they really moving us towards the answers we desperately need?

The trouble with experts

Blog: The trouble with experts

As the world gets more confusing and complicated, who do we turn to for answers? We tend to trust an expert, but real wisdom is driven by diversity.

Having it all

Blog: From having it all to integrating it all

“Having it all” – remember the term? As in “She has it all.  A great career, wonderful husband, perfect children, a lovely house, body of a 20 year old and permanently manicured nails.” It was the achievement bar that was high and essentially unachievable. The result? Many people suffered from a sense of shame and …Read more

Stop talking about CEO stress, start acting

Stop talking about CEO stress, start acting

Sadly, once again, we read headlines about the stresses facing CEOs – this time the suicide of a former chief executive of a major insurance firm. The pressures on such individuals can sometimes overwhelm. Surely, it’s now time to recognise this phenomenon and do something about it.   Doing something about it means getting over …Read more

Your heart brain connection

Your heart-brain connection

The connection between our minds and bodies has always fascinated me, and I’m not alone. The theme is popular in movies – Limitless, Inception

Are you a Cookie Cutter leader

Are you a Cookie Cutter leader? What authentic leadership really means

I once led a two-year development programme for ten high potential leaders at a major car company. To be accepted on to the programme at all was tough; a rigorous five stage selection process weeded out those who said they wanted to develop from those few who were committed to doing so. By the time …Read more

doing less

Why doing less can help you achieve more

Stepping back and even stepping up to take a higher perspective can help executives see that a singular focus on ‘doing’ ignores two other really important dimensions.

Why the last question a CEO is ever asked could be the most important

Why the last question a CEO is ever asked could be the most important – how do you feel?

Read or watch any interview with a CEO and it will be all about performance of the business, profitability, growth, future plans, etc.

The recipe for a happy life

The recipe for a happy life

What’s your recipe for a happy life? If you’re like most people it will be something like … if I have enough money, I’ll be able to do want I want and then I’ll be happy.

Negotiation success is all about accessing another dimension of leadership

Negotiation success is all about accessing another dimension of leadership

Negotiation skills workshops have to be one of the most popular training courses in recent corporate history. Executives sign up hoping to acquire all sorts of skills and manoeuvres to get a great deal.

Are you overwhelmed by the competing priorities of your job

Are you overwhelmed by the competing priorities of your job? The answer could lie in the fourth dimension

We know that we live in a world of rapid change. No sooner is one market established, than a new entrant comes in to disrupt the short-lived status quo and it’s making CEOs nervous and overwhelming many leaders.

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Do you love your job, but hate the people you work with? You might be a one-dimensional leader

few years ago a colleague and I conducted some research where we spoke to 200 CEOS about what they’re paying attention to.

Unleashing the potential of teams

Unleashing the potential of teams

I’ve been asked a few times about a quote on the cover of my book. Warwick Brady, the COO at easyJet, is quoted on how working with me has sped up the development of his team’s performance – cutting the team building process from five or six years down to just six months. This blog …Read more

Stop playing catch up and start getting ahead

Stop playing catch up and start getting ahead

Most people would recognise the ever-increasing pace of work. We need to bring products to market more quickly, make decisions faster, make sense of much more information, and cut through increasing complexity. We’re running faster and faster, but struggling to catch up with the pace of change. So, how do you cope? The traditional view …Read more

Leadership ripple

The new leadership style ripple

I trained as a nurse but left the profession following my degree and a few years in practice, because I felt so disillusioned. Just last week I had an experience that gave me hope that the ripple effect from my professional education has started to create genuine change. I went to a reunion for the …Read more

Landing great ideas on demand

How to land great ideas every day

You’re sat at your desk and the pressure is on. Market conditions are tough but your boss and the business needs an idea, an innovation that will help you stay ahead of the competition. You’ve been racking your brains for almost two hours and absolutely nothing new is occurring to you. Then you have a …Read more

Insularity predictor of failure

Insularity a predictor of failure?

Prior to the London 2012 Olympics I had the great good fortune of being invited to work with the GB Rowing squad. They were attempting to beat their best ever result in the Beijing games of six medals. Rowing was my sport and London my home Olympics so as a request for help it doesn’t …Read more