CEO Spotlight

Does it Have to Be So Lonely at the Top?

Being a CEO is often described as exhilarating, rewarding, difficult, stressful, and challenging.  Lonely isn’t usually on that list, but let’s face it, it might as well be. Loneliness is a real feeling, and it goes with job, affecting most leaders sooner or later. In fact, Harvard Business Review’s first...
Success and Leadership

Redesigning an asymmetric organization undergoing survival imbroglio

CEO’s need to study weak signals, anticipate and translate into a foresight, manoeuvring the survival imbroglio. VUCA has several forms, some ‘expected-known-unknown’ to the extreme version ‘unexpected-unknown-unknown’. Which category does your business fall into? Have you dissected the asymmetricity in your organization? We were inspired from selected seminal papers, ground...
Lifestyle and Travel

Are We Too Smart to Win?

High IQ Might Obscure Your Competitive Advantage It’s been 26 years since the publication of Daniel Goleman’s groundbreaking Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ. Since its original publication in 1995, EQ has been recognized by many as an important aspect of successful leaders. We’ve come to understand...
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