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A Glimmer of Light in the Darkness

As years go 2016 has to rank as one of the most unpredictable ever.  David Cameron gambled, promised and lost.  I didn’t see Brexit coming; Boris Johnson and Michael Gove didn’t see each others’ political manoeuvring. Prime Minister May was duly crowned.  Following Brexit it came as no surprise Donald Trump was elected; it should have been a total shock.  Continue reading

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Surgeon or Architect: Do You Need a Career Change?

There’s nothing like a good bit of research and a nice neat model to sucker me in.  The report on the impact of different types of leaders on turning around failing schools by Alex Hill and Ben Laker, from the Centre for High Performance, is well worth reading. Continue reading

New Book: Liminal Leadership

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