Having explored the seven deadly sins and then looked at the type of leaders who are emerging that are making change it occurred to me that one of the things that’s become apparent is the lack of trust in corporates, governments and politicians, the finance industry as a whole and in leaders. And the lack […]
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The last couple of blogs have looked at the 21st Century versions of the seven deadly sins and how they’ve been playing out in business and the economy. And one of the things that struck me was that it would be very easy to flip those things around to make a real and different impact. […]
The seven deadly sins are something we ‘ve all heard of, first published by Pope Gregory the Great, and gone on to inspire all sorts of writers, film and TV directors, and even food. An article in Intelligent Life revisited the seven deadly sins in today’s society using a range of guest writers and whilst […]
When I travel in and around London the different accents and languages I hear always amaze me. OK, so on the tube quite a lot of people are tourists and so you’d expect the tower of babel but not everyone is a tourist. And that got me to thinking about how businesses benefit from the […]
Michelin was established in the UK in 1905 and its logo of the Michelin Man has become part of everyday language – although not always in the kindest way – and at its peak employed over 10,000 people in the UK … However, with a very competitive market and a reduction in road haulage with […]
Some time ago I wrote about ”Locked Down Britain” and how businesses are cutting costs so much they are impacting on the growth and sustainability of the business, the very thing they are trying to maintain through the constant cuts … Over the last month, in the UK and Europe, we have seen much in […]
For some time now I’ve been talking to people about authenticity in business and in business leaders. It’s something that has to come from the top and is a quality, if you can call it that, or perhaps a behaviour of every manager within a business and really of every employee … Over the last […]
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