Category Archives: Leadership

JOB INTERVIEWS AND THE MYTH OF I

Posted On 17th July 2014

More heresy from me today. I hope you like it. It’s a plea for a new realism in job interviews. The tea’s in Boston Harbor. Ninety Five theses are nailed to the church door. There’s a man in green standing outside a post office trying to whip up a mob with poetry. Let’s see how […]

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PLAYING A WEAK HAND WELL PART TWO: WHAT MANAGERS...

Posted On 12th January 2014

In response to our recent blog on Pope Francis and what leaders can learn from him, Rupert Holderness considers what we might learn from North Korea too. Rupert is an employee of the UK Ministry of Defence, but writes here in a personal capacity and without any access to information that is not in the […]

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