Thought for the week

Leadership without Conscience

How is it that a rich, successful leader and owner of a large business can fire 900 of his employees on a 3-minute Zoom call? This shines a light on the clashing of the positive and negative traits of leadership. Thom Dennis, in his Thought for the Week challenges the necessity for the negative traits, particularly because of their damaging and traumatising effects on people.

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Thought for the week

Leadership without Conscience

How is it that a rich, successful leader and owner of a large business can fire 900 of his employees on a 3-minute Zoom call? This shines a light on the clashing of the positive and negative traits of leadership. Thom Dennis, in his Thought for the Week challenges the necessity for the negative traits, particularly because of their damaging and traumatising effects on people.

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