Category Archives: CEO

Leadership – and captain’s culpability

It is 2015, March 24th , 10.40 a.m. when allegedly co-pilot Andreas Lubitz decides to deliberately crash his Airbus into the French Alps. In the hours and days following this tragedy, public opinion is pointing at hundreds of culprits. His … Continue reading

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When enough isn’t enough. More Stella, more Zalando, more share, more profit.

We have all been raised to grow; in good health.  Most of us have also been developed to perform well at school, to find a great job, to excel in a professional career, to make nice money and to have … Continue reading

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Ram Charan provokes the HR world.

In their July/Aug issue, Harvard Business Review gives the floor to Ram Charan to have a go at all HR leaders. That was an excellent idea from HBR; Ram is the perfect coach to stimulate ‘rethinking’. A few years ago, … Continue reading

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3 most amazing vacancies (week31)

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HR and leadership go H2H

We have got B2B, B2C and some progressive marketers carefully tried to introduce P2P –as people to people. The latter is a very brave step into the right direction though I am inviting all in business who dare to go … Continue reading

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Holiday leadership learnings – engagement

Next in this series on holiday learnings, I like to take you to Beijing, the capital of crowded loneliness. If you ever want the experience to be surrounded by thousands of similar species of mankind but though have the feeling of … Continue reading

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Holiday leadership learnings – snaky friends

Further to my earlier blog on holiday learnings and hidden skills, this is about Pedro, the backbone of our garden corporation. Pedro is a small boy; or girl we don’t know. He –as we call him Pedro- is generally calm and … Continue reading

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