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Who We Are
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.
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.