Women currently make up 11% of FTSE 100 executive directors (Hampton-Alexander Review, 2016).
The following article was written by Geoff McDonald, who will be joining the School for CEOs for a breakfast seminar on 14 September in London.
Do you call a spade a “spade”, or do you call it a “manually-powered digging apparatus”?
This month I take a look at our fourth dimension, Managing In. My previous posts have covered the vertical dimensions of Managing Up and Managing Down and explored the horizontal...
The School for CEOs continues to work closely with leading business people to design and deliver our leadership programmes. Here is what some of them were up to last week:
Over the last few years ‘resilience’ has become a bit of a hot topic. We’re told that leaders and businesses should work to become more resilient.
In the village of Coniston, in the Lake District, is a memorial to a very brave man.
Over the last two decades there has been a host of reports into the governance of UK quoted plcs.
Most senior people in business see e-Learning as simply a good way of cutting down the costs of training their people in fairly basic activities.
According to the headline over a recent Huffington Post article, ‘There is no School for CEOs’. The piece was written by Jonas Prising, CEO of Manpower Group, the recruitment firm.