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  • In praise of the incomplete leader

    What makes a great leader? Faced with today’s bewildering array of social, political and economic challenges, it can be comforting to imagine that all our problems could be solved if only the right person were in charge: a decision-maker with resolve of Winston Churchill, the financial acumen of Warren Buffett, the moral conviction of Martin Luther King and the tactical cunning of Alex Ferguson.

    16 November 2013
  • Dancing in the Rain

    ‘The Digital Revolution.’ We talk about it as if it’s happened, as if we’re close to finding a period of calm at last: but even in a period of exponential change such as we live in now, why should we imagine we have seen more than just the start?

    12 November 2013
  • Know yourself, be yourself, express yourself

    Our aim is to help people and businesses express themselves with authenticity and confidence. Watch this

    19 August 2013
  • Authenticity, John Powell

    The true meaning of authenticity

    Reflections on John Powell’s book, Why am I afraid to tell you who I am?

    13 August 2013
  • the crisis of authenticity

    Anthony Gordon Lennox outlines the importance of authenticity in speech, despite the difficulties inherent in being a public figure in today’s Britain. “Having your every word and deed publicly dissected does not encourage you to speak authentically. However, speaking inauthentically can rapidly translate into thinking inauthentically which in turn gives rise to stress, frustration and personal and professional confusion.”

    8 July 2013