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  • Defining authenticity: If a cat has four legs…

    By Dan Leatherdale, Partner at AGL Authenticity is an important idea. It may even be one of the most important ideas, especially now that economic collapse has humbled us and made us warier of puff and hubris. Increasingly, it seems, we like things to be real. Our footprints are lighter, our palettes more earthy, and […]

    15 December 2014
  • What Bosses Gain by Being Vulnerable

    By Emma Seppälä Harvard Business Review http://hbr.org/2014/12/what-bosses-gain-by-being-vulnerable    

    15 December 2014
  • Monica Lewinsky and the power of an authentic voice

    Last night Monica Lewinsky spoke to a small invited audience at the Connaught Hotel in London.  She was talking to us a month after we helped her break a ten-year silence with a speech for Forbes in Philadelphia – a speech that earned her a standing ovation from an audience of more than one thousand […]

    26 November 2014
  • The power – and rarity – of good corporate writing

    Today in the FT, Michael Skapinker laments the lack the clarity, conviction and openness in today’s corporate writing – and says that CEOs must take responsibility.   ‘It is time for chief executives to write for themselves, or hire one decent writer, and tell it straight.’   http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a1c5e76e-5872-11e4-942f-00144feab7de.html#axzz3GxRfpZWC    

    23 October 2014
  • Communication more valued than strong leadership, says Reed report

    http://www.hrmagazine.co.uk/hro/news/1146521/communication-valued-strong-leadership-reed-report          

    16 October 2014