Monthly Archives: September 2013

We Are All Nairobians Now

When people discover what I do for a living, they say that it must be great to visit well-known international places and be paid for the privilege. I agree, but I often reply that a training room in Paris or … Continue reading

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Eliminate Disciplinary Meetings

As a busy and successful manager, it is easy to get carried away with the hustle and bustle of the day-to-day business, focussing only on results. You may be thinking anything that gets in the way of this is either … Continue reading

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Bouncebackability

Congratulations to Rafa Nadal who has added the US Open tennis championships to his long list of achievements. Regular readers will know that I like to link topical subjects with leadership and Rafa demonstrates bucket-loads of leadership each time he … Continue reading

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Is Your Strategy a Dog’s Dinner?

What is Good Strategy? I have run across a great book which I recommend anyone in a leadership position take the time to read: Good Strategy/Bad Strategy: The difference and why it matters Richard Rumelt In his book, Richard makes … Continue reading

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