School for CEOs prepare business leaders for senior roles - purposefully, pragmatically and personally. We do this by discussing the unique insights of our Faculty of over 90 senior leaders...
The well-being of an organisation and the well-being of its workers are inextricably linked.
With the experience of three British & Irish Lions tours between them, two of them victorious, David Sole and Guy Richardson came together to discuss the lessons learned from the...
Getting a sense of work-life balance and perspective in life is increasingly challenging in the modern environment.
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.
In an increasingly unpredictable business world, terms such as grit and resilience are often attributed to the organisations who best withstand turbulence and bounce back from major set-backs.
As the 6 Nations kicked off last weekend and Scotland once again could not regain the Calcutta Cup, I was left to reflect on what makes a winner.
David Sole, former Scotland Rugby Captain, and Co-Founder of the School for CEOs reflects on an historic performance for the Scots this weekend:
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...
It’s Learning at Work Week, an annual awareness campaign organised by the Campaign for Learning since 1999.