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Reading a review recently of Kazuo Ishiguro’s new book ‘Klara And The Sun’, I was struck by how he spoke about what it is to be human. I recommend both this interview in The Guardian, and this podcast with Adam Buxton. As you would expect, he is a thoughtful, thought-provoking and very brilliant interviewee.
Digital Wellbeing: Why I’m hooked
If you’re reading this article, then you’re currently online.
To reinvent Britain, Boris must first reinvent himself
Six months ago, almost to the day, I was at a family christening at the Episcopal, or Anglican, church of St. Thomas in Manhattan.
Leadership is an imperfect idea in lots of ways. After all, what, in fact, is it? Is it a hierarchical position or a type of governance process? Is it a proxy for decision-making, or is it about personal influence? Is it something performed by one person or by several?
Earlier this month, the writer Fleur Britten wrote a feature in the Sunday Times Style about the rise of a new kind of female mentor.
Bossy vs Boss
There’s a common challenge facing women in leadership roles, from team leaders right up to the C-suite.
Leadership in times of crisis
With the topic of Leadership at the forefront of much of our work at AGL, we were granted access to a senior army officer and leadership expert to help us clarify our thinking on the matter. Having led a variety of teams facing some of the most challenging situations globally in a military career spanning 20+ years, his insight on decision-making in extremity got us thinking.
Listen with humility
"Twitter will leave [the] young illiterate” pronounced a doom-laden Times headline recently.
Britain’s Crisis of Authenticity
I have devoted the past decade of my working life to helping the leaders of British society express themselves. I know, therefore, just how difficult it is for public figures to achieve authenticity in today’s world.