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The Academy for Chief Executives: first choice for Leaders intent on improving their effectiveness

As we discussed in our blogs towards the end of December 2010, the start of 2011 heralds a new era in the development of the Academy for Chief Executives. Andrew Morris, who has been a leading figure in the media and events industry for over twenty years became our new Chief Executive on 1st January. […]

Beginnings and endings by Jeremy Marchant

New Year’s Resolutions. Just going through the motions or using the idea as a motivator? I think that people whose New Year’s resolutions fail wanted to carry them out, but they didn’t prepare themselves for the process well enough. After all, if you could do something differently – and successfully – so that your business, […]

Letting Go to Climb Higher by Mark Fritz

People often know what they want…but they are just not willing to give up what they have now in order to get it. Think about mountain climbers working their way up a mountain. They can only climb higher by letting go of one hand and reaching for a higher spot on the mountain. It is […]

Newsnight appearance proves the value of thought leadership by Jonathan Hemus, founder, Insignia Communications

Little did I imagine when I set up Insignia Communications, a reputation management consultancy, that two years later I would be sitting in the BBC Newsnight studio, face to face with Jeremy Paxman commenting on Rolls Royce’s communication response following the failure of one of its engines on a Qantas Airbus A380. But of course, […]

Experiential Learning by Sue Knight

A very abstract term for a very active process. A term often quoted but rarely abided by. I run trainings in NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming. NLP is the study of the structure of subjective experience. Very technical! In other words ways to learn from our experience in ways that we become the best that […]