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Make your meetings a safe space for honest conversation

To have better meetings means leading with mutual respectful, inclusivity, and creating a space safe enough for your people to… Read More »

Ethical leadership means first do no harm, in business and in life

We need to be the change we want to see, we can’t expect others to do the right thing when… Read More »

The neuroscience of trust

Creating a culture of trust is good for business. Employees in high-trust organisations are more productive and engaged, have more… Read More »

The 3 elements of trust

People are more likely to trust leaders who understand and embody the 3 elements that underlie trust. These are: Positive… Read More »

The psychology behind unethical behaviour

Three psychological dynamics lead to crossing ethical lines: omnipotence, cultural numbness and justified neglect. These come into play when much… Read More »

If your company is going through a public scandal should you leave?

If you’re working at a Gupta-tainted company like KPMG, and they’re going through a public scandal, here’s the big question:… Read More »

P&G puts ad platforms like Facebook, Google on notice for fraud, harmful content, etc.

Procter & Gamble Co., one of the most important advertisers for Google and Facebook, ramped up criticism of internet platforms,… Read More »

Today is World Voice Day

Today 16th April is World Voice Day. Your voice matters! This is your day to make your voice heard, to… Read More »

Assange arrested after Ecuador withdraws asylum protection

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was expelled from his hideout in Ecuador’s embassy in London today and quickly arrested by London… Read More »