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By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW  A glance in the rear-view mirror gives us a stark reminder of the size of the shift that leaders now need to take to create high performance outcomes in their teams. Six years ago, Harvard Business Review reported that only 34% of...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW The office is dead! Home working is killing us! Homeworking is the only way we can open up opportunities to all! We can’t stay connected without an office! We are being exposed to many contradictory absolutes at the moment but...

By Juliet Hammond, Research and Data Analytics Lead This month McKinsey continues to seek opportunities arising from the pandemic – recognising the new leadership behaviours we need to employ to operate in an unpredictable world, and proposing that organisations re-envision their capability centres to optimise performance building on the learnings...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW  If you’ve not been feeling quite yourself this week, don’t worry, it’s probably a natural side-effect of the prolonged change in working habits. Recent research into the impact of COVID -19 and the Workplace  points to a new phenomenon called ‘workplace loneliness’....

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW The UK’s exam results season has provided synonyms worthy of an English GCSE: fiasco, farce, debacle. The attempts by the regulator Ofqual to award grades for exams that were not taken – using an algorithm – have led to bias...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW  Twenty-five years ago, two British ex-Army officers commissioned a Land Rover, designed a lion emblem and opened the door of LIW; a leadership development consultancy aimed at ‘building a legacy of leadership’.  On its silver anniversary, their purpose and vision has...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW Last week, we told the tale of the naïve student writing this article in 1992, finding it 28 years later and realising that things had gone backwards. Today, we try to learn something from it. What does this mean for leadership? The...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW Please do me a favour and read this article before reading on. Thank you. I hope you found that interesting and topical. As the sidebar says, in times of ‘wrenching change’ you need new ideas in the workplace. Actually, the article was...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW Much of our work with teams has, according to our CEO Pia ‘turned into group therapy sessions’. There is – finally – more openness about mental health in workplaces. As INSEAD’s Professor Gianpiero Petriglieri observed: “even your average jerk colleague...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW A friend of mine has to go to the office for some meetings next week. His office is over 300km away. There’s a real danger that organisations will try to return to ‘normal’ and miss the opportunity to do things...