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By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW We just dug out a 2010 TED Talk by Derek Sivers – you know, the shirtless dancing guy. It challenges the widely-held belief that sharing your goals makes you more likely to succeed. The research says that people who announce...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW Words count, particularly in times of crisis. Jacinta Arden, New Zealand’s youngest Prime Minister, earned worldwide respect for her empathic, decisive and inclusive human leadership following the deadly shootings in Christchurch. Her simple, unifying, calm words sought to reassure a shocked nation. “This...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW   This weeks bleet comes to you from Silicon Valley. Fascinating and stimulating as ever but a new book by Dan Lyons casts a dark shadow on technology’s impact on working life He cites the example of two people working beside each other...

By Juliet Hammond, LIW Business Impact Consultant This month Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall apply Strengths to discredit feedback, but are they throwing the baby out with the bathwater? McKinsey urges us to forget lifelong learning in favour of lifelong employability. For excellence in digital learning...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW Steve Maraboli said “If you hang out with chickens, you’re going to cluck and if you hang out with eagles, you’re going to fly.” This week has seen a lot of feathers flying. Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen, called his boss a “racist,”...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW It’s hard when your heart strings are yanked whilst watching as your children strive and struggle in life.  Recently my niece lost out on the class prefect role. This had little to do with leadership potential but a whole lot about...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW John McDonnell, the UK’s shadow chancellor, was criticised this week for calling Winston Churchill a ‘villain’. He actually had few options: the interviewer forced him into a choice between this and ‘hero’. It’s one of the curses of our age....

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW “…what I do have are a very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career.” says Liam Neeson’s character Bryan Mills in the film Taken. Clearly, one of those skills for Neeson is not knowing...