Strategy, Value, Risk - RBS reassess their Approach to Leadership Development

Issue 02

In this issue we publish analysis and reviews of different leadership development engagements from the senior executives and faculty who have taken part in Royal Bank of Scotland’s new Leadership Development program, through the ground-breaking Theory U of Dr Otto Scharmer at MIT and the fascinating research on outstanding leaders by Penny Tampkin at the Work Foundation… and much more …. read on

Key Articles

Duke's Kingdom is the World

Blair Sheppard

A converation with the Dean of the Fuqua Business School and Chairman of Duke CE

Out of the Abyss

Roddy Millar

RBS Group focuses its Leadership Development Program on Value Creation and Risk Management

Theory U: Leading from the Future as it Emerges

Otto Scharmer and Katrin Kaufer

An introduction to Theory U: An Awareness Based View of Leadership


Duke’s Kingdom is the World

Who Can be Trusted

Leadership Development

Out of the Abyss: RBS Leadership Development Program

Theory U: Leading from the Future as it Emerges


Leading Through Others

Anatomy of a program

Orchestrating Winning Performance

Big Issues for Small Countries

Ten Global Years at Fletcher


A Leader’s Guide to Influence – Mike Brent & Fiona Dent

Employees First & Customers Second – Vineet Nayar

The Truth About Talent – Jacqueline Davies & Jeremy Kourdi

The Other Side of Innovation – Vijay Govindarajan & Chris Trimble

Exec Ed News

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