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The Implications of Myers Briggs for Leadership Focus

The implications of Myers Briggs for leadership focus

By Charles Brook | July 21, 2020

If we are to grow as leaders without burning out, it is necessary for us to understand ourselves. For many, this (never-ending) journey of understanding starts with the Myers Briggs …

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vulnerability in leadership

The strength of vulnerability in true leadership

By Catherine Bardwell | July 21, 2020

In this blog, TPC Leadership Associate Partner Catherine Bardwell talks about how a very difficult personal situation led her to change her mindset around sharing her vulnerability. Vulnerability and leadership Vulnerability is …

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Is feedback an issue in your company?

By Charles Brook | July 21, 2020

Giving feedback to colleagues Giving feedback to colleagues can feel like crossing a muddy minefield. One wrong move and – boom – you’re no longer the likeable boss you have …

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Leading under pressure

Leading under pressure

By Charles Brook | July 21, 2020

In the latest blog of our Transition to Leadership series, TPC Leadership’s Founder Charles Brook, is discussing leading under pressure for emerging leaders and the qualities required to keep you …

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WYSE International

Investing in the leadership of the future – our charity partnership with WYSE International

By Andrew McDowell | July 21, 2020

In this blog TPC Leadership Partner, Hilary Harvey talks about our charity partnership with WYSE International.   At TPC Leadership, we are proud of our long-term support and partnership with …

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Climate

The climate emergency: Why leaders need to pay attention

By Andrew McDowell | July 21, 2020

Leading through change Businesses have given reluctant nods to the climate crisis for a while now, often in the name of generating some good PR. And for a time, it …

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Reverse Mentoring

Reverse Mentoring – Turning leadership on its head

By Charles Brook | July 21, 2020

In our latest blog exploring leadership in the context of the climate emergency, Charles Brook writes about reverse mentoring and the need for established leaders to collaborate with the younger generation …

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Transformational Change

Why transformation is so difficult as an experienced leader

By TPC Leadership | July 21, 2020

Leaders tend to be affectionate toward the living analogy of the caterpillar – that it needs to become a lava before it can become a butterfly. It’s a parable that …

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Virtual Meetings

Going Digital: How to run effective virtual meetings

By TPC Leadership | July 21, 2020

In this blog Associate Partners, Biran Yilancioglu and Catherine Bardwell have created a great guide to help ensure you get the best from your virtual meetings. As the Coronavirus continues to spread, organisations …

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