Learning and insights on topics that help develop our capabilities in effective leadership communications.
Over the last couple of years we have witnessed an increased demand from Asian leaders to help them develop a communications style that can be effective across the globe. In contrast we have no shortage of experience in helping Western leaders operate more effectively in an Asian context.
In this paper we talk to two of our associates, Anita Lo and Sally Dellow who, between them, have decades of experience consulting with leaders on these challenges with additional insights and commentary from our Founder Colin Hatfield.Download Now
Most of us deal with a range of stakeholders daily. We instinctively adapt the way we communicate to take account of the situation we find ourselves in and the individual we are interacting with. But as a leader or manager do you give enough thought to the range of situations you are likely to find yourself in, and the impact this might have on your communications approach?
In this white paper we explore how you can effectively understand the communications ‘personality’ of the people you interact with, identify the dynamics at play in individual stakeholder relationships and plan your own communication style accordingly to ultimately engage and get buy-in from stakeholders.Download Now
Interviews with people who inspire us.
Across Europe, there are increasing concerns about faltering productivity growth. Weak productivity hampers growth, at a national and at a company level. So anything that individual leaders can do to improve it has to be worth taking seriously.
In his latest book, People with Purpose, Kevin Murray looks at the links between leadership communications and productivity.Download Now
A conversation with Sudhanshu is like a walk through a hall of mirrors, in which different strands of thinking collide for the good. He is at one moment super rational, the next almost mystic. He is both humble and evangelical. He is a one off and an original thinker. Above all, he radiates positivity and optimism, embracing disruption as a life-force, demanding that we face it with him.Download Now
On the face of it, having a conversation is straightforward – we’re having them all the time. But are we having the right conversations, and are we getting the most out of them? To answer those questions, we need to understand what’s going on when we have a conversation. This is something we regularly explore with our clients, and it recently led us to Judith E. Glaser’s work and her book, Conversational Intelligence.Download Now