Marianna Fotaki dissects the evidence to find out what is really going wrong with the leadership and governance at the CBI.
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We asked Mairead Brady, Course Director of our Executive Diploma in Marketing Leadership, to tell us what she thinks the course can do for anyone looking to be a great marketing leader, and turbo-charge their marketing strategy.
John Colley and Dimitrios Spyridonidis warn that leadership is crucial in uncertain times, but few bosses have experience of coping in a crisis.
Blurred boundaries between our professional and personal lives during the pandemic means off-the-job embeddedness is increasingly important to retain staff, argues Professor David Allen
The idea that a firm's sole responsibility is to increase its profits no longer holds water. Dimitrios Spyridonidis explores what makes a responsible leader.
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Meet the Change Maker who has risen from the slums of Lagos to become one of the few senior managers in engineering in Africa and is now trying to show others how to follow her path.