Tag: executive development
Ahead of our next All-Female Runway programme taking place next week in London we are delighted to feature a guest post from Jane Gotts.
There was an interesting piece in this weekend’s Sunday Times which once again, bemoaned the fact that there were too few women in the most senior roles in organisations.
About this time last year, we were lucky enough to be delivering a programme for a client in a stunning hotel near Sitges, the coastal resort close to the wonderful...
At the School for CEOs we carry out research into what makes CEOs successful. The results help us develop our innovative development programmes.
Non-executive directorships are increasingly sought after by talented executives looking to broaden their learning and experience outside of their current organisations.
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...
In our recent posts, Patrick Macdonald and I have introduced the School for CEOs’ Four Dimensional Leadership™ Framework and explored the Managing Up dimension.
In a previous post, Patrick Macdonald, co-Founder and Partner at School for CEOs, introduced the Four Dimensional Leadership™ Framework. This framework forms the backbone of School for CEOs’ programmes.
It’s often said that being a CEO is a lonely job. And indeed, research carried out by the School for CEOs confirms this.
Since David Sole and I founded the School for CEOs in 2011, we’ve wanted to help people step up to the next level in their organisation.