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Projecting your Personal Brand: Learning from Greta Thunberg

We can learn a lot about personal brand from Greta Thunberg… Over the last month, a lot of commentators have jumped to the defence of Greta Thunberg, the 16-year old Swedish teenager who has led a campaign for schools strikes for climate change. Critics of the media coverage of Thunberg have expressed disgust at what … Continued

Lonelier at the Top: Does Your Business Isolate Women?

Theresa May’s style of leadership has been heavily criticised. But some of that criticism should be directed at the environment that she’s had to adapt to on the way to the top. When Theresa May became Prime Minister of Great Britain in 2016, her main task was to get the country through the path to … Continued

Plastic Pollution: Driving Change with Concrete Images & Examples

The leader of the opposition in Britain, Jeremy Corbyn, is calling on the UK government to declare an environment and climate emergency. He’s responding to recent protests in London and around Europe calling for faster and tougher action on climate change. He’s also responding to what seems to be a shift in public attitudes. What’s … Continued

Never Let A Misogynist Be A Leader

Donald Trump’s comments before a TV appearance in 2005, in an old recording carefully released just before the second TV debate, have ricocheted around the world. Some people have been very shocked. Some say they are not surprised, claiming that he has always flaunted his disregard for any notion of compassion, good manners and respect … Continued

Paralympics, leaders and role models

I usually warn people against using successful Olympic athletes as role models. That sounds strange, I know. What better role model could you have? Someone – usually from an ordinary background – who has worked so hard to achieve their goal and seen it all pay off with a place in history. It shows you … Continued

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