“It’s a Funny ‘Ol Game” – in a sport full of clichés the ongoing FIFA saga is now well beyond a joke. Kai Peters, Chief Executive at Ashridge Business School, discusses Sepp Blatter and leadership ethics
Officer training colleges such as Sandhurst are one of the few institutions managing to achieve positive behavioural change – continually, and sustainably. Is there a secret sauce? – Something to be bottled for use in L&D?
Integrative Thinking is based on the ability to hold a range of different – and opposing – data and models in your mind and be able to leverage the tensions, the cognitive dissonance, that creates to stimulate innovative solutions.
For generations, victims of schoolyard bullying have been made to feel afraid, powerless and even stupid. They respond by drawing as little attention to themselves as possible and hoping the misery stops.