We’re all about leadership learning in context, rather than teaching abstract concepts. Find out more about our way of thinking, and Leader led Learning in our blog posts, and publications.

Don’t Like Populism? Blame Your CEO

The recent wave of populism spreading across the globe has pundits confused, and pollsters flabbergasted. The rise of Duterte, Trump, and Le Pen, and the British vote for Brexit have one thing in common: the bulk of people in the Developed World are angry. While politicians are the victims, or victors, of ...

CLO Magazine – How to Make Learning at Work, Work

The 70-20-10 mantra is bandied about in most corporate learning discussions like a toy weapon by a bunch of toddlers. But this intensity of focus lacks rigour — the “how” to do it. Most solutions to access the “70” are a combination of e-learning modules, new performance management frameworks and ...

Harvard Business Review – Overcome Resistance to Change by Enlisting the Right People

Change initiatives fail when senior leaders don’t see that their organizations are social systems. Organizations are defined by bundles of local relationships, social expectations, and unwritten rules that exist between thousands of people. These people create tribes — collections of like-minded people who build patterns around how work gets done. This system ...

CLO Magazine – Doing the Wrong Things with High Potentials

Almost every organization goes through a painstaking process to identify high potentials. But what leaders do with high potentials then is just wrong. We isolate them, give them some posh-abstracted development program, and then send them back to work. If we really want to benefit high potentials,.... Read more here: ...