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Loyalty: Red and Blue on Merseyside and what we can learn about loyalty

Tweet As I write this I am sitting in quaint little coffee shop on Liverpool’s main street, one minutes walk from The Cavern where it all started for The Beatles. As I watch people walk by on what is a […]

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Future Fit # 30: Marking progress: Here’s to you!

Future Fit # 30: Marking progress: Here’s to you!

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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Future Fit # 29:Practice, practice, practice.

Future Fit # 29:Practice, practice, practice.

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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postmodernism

Leading in a Changing World: Four things leaders can learn from Postmodernism

Tweet If the world has changed then we need a new kind of leadership. The world has changed. Much has been said and written about change and the importance for leaders – wherever they might be, to adapt to the […]

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Future Fit # 28: Identify the ‘roadblock’

Future Fit # 28: Identify the ‘roadblock’

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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tea

The ‘Tea Trap’: The correct way to make a cup of tea

Tweet Apparently, the ‘correct’ way to make a cup of tea is set out in a 5 000-word report by the British Standards Institution. Of course this is ludicrous for all those outside of Britain itself, where correct tea making, […]

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africa

Out of Africa: An open letter to all in Africa

Tweet ‘I had a farm in Africa, at the foot of the Ngong Hills’… Recently I had the opportunity to visit the home of Karen Blixen, the author of, ‘Out of Africa’ – an autobiographical book penned in 1937 that […]

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Gustavo Gutierrez

How to change history

Tweet Gustavo Gutierrez once said, “Those who change the course of history are usually those who pose a new set of questions rather than those who offer solutions.” Gutierrez, born in Lima in 1928, is a Peruvian Dominican priest who […]

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Future Fit # 27: On becoming an adaptive leader

Future Fit # 27: On becoming an adaptive leader

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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Future Fit # 26: On becoming an adaptive leader: Re-purposing your tactics

Future Fit # 26: On becoming an adaptive leader: Re-purposing your tactics

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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Leadership: Five things you need to do?

Tweet Writing in USA Today journalists, Alistair Barr and Scott Martin, suggest five things that Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella, needs to do. This advice includes, embrace the cloud; free its software from Windows; fix mobile; woo developers and focus. […]

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Future Fit # 25: On becoming an adaptive leader: Back to the future

Future Fit # 25: On becoming an adaptive leader: Back to the future

Tweet TomorrowToday has promised to help you start the journey towards being future fit – to becoming an adaptive leader. Being merely a ‘good leader’ will not suffice when it comes to meeting the challenge of the future. You will […]

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