Creating a
Thinking Culture

The recent demise of the 178-year-old travel company Thomas Cook is a salutary reminder of the volatility of today’s business environment. Incumbent companies with tried and tested business models are under threat in all sectors from market disruption and rapid technological and social change. Facing up to this is the overriding leadership challenge of our time. In this issue of Developing Leaders, we consider some of the basic building blocks of leadership the key competencies that must be learned and reinforced for organizations to survive and prosper.

Key Articles

Creating a Thinking Culture
How to Think Well ‘In the Eye of the Storm’

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Purpose = Motivation at Work
Creating intrinsic motivation in workplaces fit for humans

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Business Leadership as a Force for Good
Robert Helsley, Dean, UBC Sauder School of Business, in Conversation

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Viewpoint

Creating a Thinking Culture

Purpose = Motivation at Work

Transformative Innovation

EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT

Business Leadership as a Force for Good
Robert Helsley, Dean, UBC Sauder School of Business, in Conversation

Executive Learning for Life Nathalie Lugagne, Affiliate Professor and Associate Dean HEC Paris Executive Education, in Conversation

Mental Health Discussion at FRED Leadership Nexus

Innovating with Real World Impact

The Uncomfortable Truth Behind Corporate Learning

CORPORATE PRACTICE

Making Leaders Capgemini France and emlyon business school

Future Leaders: Change and Transition
Scottish Water and Oxford Saïd Business School

EXEC ED UPDATE

Book Reviews

Directory

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