Loneliness at the top
Do you feel lonely as a leader?
CEOs are often said to have the loneliest job in business. Yet arguably they are less lonely today than they were 20 years ago. That’s because the C-suite has significantly grown in size and changed in composition in the two decades – according to PwC.
The theory of disruption states that your chance of success will be 6x higher and your revenue opportunity 20x greater when you pursue a disruptive course. Not just for your company, but for you (who you are and what you do). So to achieve success, you harness rather than merely cope with disruption – according to Whitney Johnson.
Once upon a time………..
In the olden days our ancestors set around the fire and told stories. Then throughout generations, communities have passed down their stories from parent to child, preserving their history and culture. Nowadays storytelling takes place on the bus, train, on the telephone, by email and during dinner parties.
How to multiply the shrinking resources in your organisation?
The Multiplier Effect - “There is more intelligence inside our organisations than we are using.” Liz Wiseman