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COVID’19, Leadership, Strategy and Culture

In our previous article “Coronavirus Pandemia,” we discuss how we have found ourselves in the midst of “the burning platform,” because, as is usually the case, our lack of long term Vision left us unprepared for a crisis on the scale of COVID’19. We saw how the developed world had plenty of time in advance […]

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Coronavirus pandemia : do we need to go through the “Burning Platform” effect every time?

In February 2020, nobody in the western world would have believed what we are seeing just a month afterwards, gradually more than half of the world’s population confined at home and consequently, the sudden stop of the vast majority of the world’s economy. Not even the worst climate emergency has produced results anything near to […]

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Loss, grief and leadership

Could we all be grieving our loss of connections, normalcy, our future plans, and control? As leaders now is when we will be remembered for our best work. Time to walk alongside our colleagues, listen and support them.  This article covers why we maybe grieving, the 5 stages of grief, how we can help others […]

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Quel leadership demain?

ll y a des « leaders » dans toutes les organisations parce qu’il y a des « followers » à motiver et diriger pour atteindre un objectif collectif. Pour qu’une organisation progresse, il faut que des hommes ou des femmes sortent du rang pour entraîner les autres en leur communiquant leur vision, en leur expliquant […]

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The joys of working from home – the leadership challenges

The message we are hearing from our national leaders is that we are all in this together and we are trying to build a bridge as we run over it to the other side.  Those of us with flexible workplaces and in less crisis-affected sectors are very grateful to still have a job while many […]

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Africa, continent of Talents and Challenges

The population of the African continent will increase by about 1 billion by 2050. This represents a real resource but concurrently a real time bomb. In this respect, Africa is today seen as the continent of the future of the planet, which will be the relay of growth of the world economy… Read more

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