It’s a battle for all of us to ensure we don’t let our natural desire to take it easy overcome the right thing to do. You’re pitted against the most difficult person to argue with - yourself!
Leadership decisions: how to engage the right people
Senior managers within professional services should bear in mind two famous sayings when making an important decision.
Sabbaticals: just how useful are they?
Can senior managers afford the luxury of a month-long sabbatical in today’s business environment? My answer may surprise you.
Oh yes, I’m the great pretender
What do Freddie Mercury, Roy Orbison and Facebook have in common? The answer could have important implications for you and your organisation.
Mistakes are good. Just don’t repeat them.
“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honourable but also more useful than a life spent doing nothing”, said George Bernard Shaw, and I couldn’t agree more.
Five hard truths every leader learns
Guest blog by Jim Proppe, Managing Partner, Plante Moran
Ignore words of warning at your peril
Are you a glass half full or a glass half empty kind of person? Read the latest blog from Graeme Gordon
Jet lag – a thing of the past?
Read the blog from Graeme Gordon on facing jetlag
Pleasing all the people all the time
Praxity’s Græme Gordon addresses the challenge of pleasing the majority.
The question is, “What’s the question?”
Græme Gordon's latest blog suggests that asking questions is good for business