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Why Trump’s win holds so many important lesson for leaders

Posted on: November 9th, 2016 by Dean van Leeuwen 1 Comment

On the 20 July, the day the Republican Party nominated their president elect, I predicted that Donald Trump would win. Here is what I wrote: Donald Trump has a better than not chance of winning. Actually I’m going to predict that he will win. Not because he is a good leader but because he has convinced […]

On Leadership: What the Hell’s Going on?

Posted on: September 7th, 2016 by Keith Coats No Comments

In a hard hitting and sobering Rolling Stone article titled, ‘The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here’ there was a quote that stood out as being highly relevant for leaders. The context was the plight of the Pacific Northwest salmon (changes in their breeding habits and patterns) and a conversation about this […]

Tuesday Tips: Something different to try – in order to grow as a leader

Posted on: August 16th, 2016 by Jude Foulston No Comments

In one of the ‘Leadership Lessons’ in our Future Fit Video Series (A series of practical exercises to grow your skills as a future-fit leader), Keith provides some insights around change being the constant context for leadership. Keith speaks about how ‘unrelenting global change will be the operating context of the future’ and how it is precisely this emerging reality […]

3 Essential shifts that leaders need to make to lead effectively in a changing world

Posted on: August 11th, 2016 by Keith Coats No Comments

In the course of my work I am often asked the question, ‘what do I / we need to do in order to thrive in the future?’ Of course that question comes in multiple formats but essentially that is the nub of what is being asked. As somebody who writes ‘Futurist’ under ‘Occupation’ on any […]

[Invitational Leadership] Bringing out the best in others

Posted on: January 19th, 2016 by Jude Foulston No Comments

 One of the biggest leadership questions is “How do I bring out the best in others?”.  “How to bring out the best in those for whom I had the responsibility for leading.” It’s a good question to be asking! I want to share briefly with you a theory that is known as Invitational Leadership. Invitational theory suggests that there […]

How to get along with your Boomer boss!

Posted on: October 27th, 2015 by Jude Foulston No Comments

One of the undoubted privileges that we have in TomorrowToday Global is to be invited to participate or to speak at numerous talent programs. These are programs that are filled with young people entering the workplace – highly qualified, very enthusiastic and eager to make their mark on their new environment. Very often as you […]

On Leadership and Learning

Posted on: May 26th, 2015 by Keith Coats No Comments

There is a lot of good leadership advice ‘out there’ and I have found that what tends to happen is the right insights find you rather than the other way around. In other words you may have come across some good leadership wisdom yet it remains ‘unseen’ because you are ‘not ready’ to receive it […]