Category Archives: Leadership

TOO little, too late? Google rushes to help struggling UK high street

WATCHING the UK High Street apparently ‘closing down’ is painful to watch. Many struggle with the transformation and change required – the restructuring and ‘digital re-engineering’. And this isn’t helped by insufficient online skills and experience in the workforce. Google … Continue reading

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Marketing leaders: Losing jobs too often?

MARKETING leaders (and their teams) are often in a revolving door, more quickly out of a role than other senior management. Yet research shows it’s not wise. Why? Because CEOs in high marketing capability firms have 35% more months in … Continue reading

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Professionals for hire

ONE of Mark’s LinkedIn posts has been generating some interest so thought to publish it on the eConsultant website due to the importance and value of the points highlighted: When you hire, you could hire someone who can be trained, … Continue reading

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Better managers and leaders, post-recession

ONE of the problems with business is identified in an independent scientific study about managerial competence. In the paper ‘Personality and Leadership: A Qualitative and Quantitative Review’, it reports that effective managers tend to be highly adjusted, sociable, friendly, flexible, … Continue reading

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